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Newly Designed Dynamic Footrests! It’s all about the Pivot Point!

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Dynamic Seating components are designed to move with a client. A great deal of design goes into these components to ensure the product responds to client forces and maintains client position.

The Gross Motor Function Classification System

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The Gross Motor Function Classification System – Expanded & Revised (GMFCS – E&R) is a tool to measure gross motor function of children and young people with cerebral palsy. This tool is typically used from infancy through 18 years of age.

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International Seating Symposium 2023

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Seating Dynamics was happy to exhibit at the 38th International Seating Symposium (ISS) this year in Pittsburgh! With approximately 2500 participants from 35 countries and over 100 exhibitors, the Convention Center was busy!

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Clinician Interview: Becky Breaux, MS, OTR/L, ATP

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Becky Breaux is a research senior instructor / assistive technology specialist at the Assistive Technology Clinic, part of the Center for Inclusive Design and Engineering (CIDE) at the University of Colorado in Denver.

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How Young Is Too Young? Dynamic Seating and Age

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In a previous blog , we addressed how to accommodate client growth when using Dynamic Seating components. In this blog, we will address how early Dynamic Seating should be introduced with our youngest clients.

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Supplier Interview: Andy Foster, OTR, ATP, CRTS

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Andy has been in the Seating and Mobility field for about 25 years. Growing up in Jackson, WY as a pastor’s kid, he helped out with the Special Olympics.

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Why Don’t We Use Sub-ASIS Bars Anymore?

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Sub-ASIS bars are still available, though certainly not used frequently. To the point that a seating and wheeled mobility specialist could be shunned for using one. Why? What changed?

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Changing Medical Presentation Can Mean Changing Seating Needs

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I often say that the only constant in the clients that I serve is CHANGE. I work mostly in pediatrics, so kids tend to grow and, as a result, outgrow their equipment. In kids, however, we have to deal with more change than simple linear growth.


Lock Out Feature | Dynamic Head Support for Wheelchairs

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The Dynamic Head Support for wheelchairs can now be locked-out to limit head movement when desired, such as during transportation. Learn more about this helpful feature.

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Clinician Stories: An Interview with Christine G. Dale, OTR/L, ATP

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Christine (Chris) is the Director of Therapy Services at North Mississippi Regional Center. She has been practicing for nearly 50 years and loves what she does!