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Seating Dynamics Case Study Faith

Faith – Seeking Movement

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Faith is a 9-year-old girl with diagnoses including brain injury, cerebral palsy, seizures and blindness. She loves sensory input, including rocking in her manual wheelchair.

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Amanda – Providing Controlled and Safe Movement in a Wheelchair

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Amanda has a diagnosis of spastic diplegic cerebral palsy and loves to rock. Dynamic Seating allows her controlled and safe movement in a wheelchair.

Seating Dynamics Case Study Phillip PDF

Phillip – A Case Study of Dynamic Seating Used to Provide Movement

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Phillip is an adult with developmental disabilities. He lives at the Mary Campbell Center in Wilmington, DE. He has increased muscle tone throughout his body. Phillip is non-ambulatory and nonverbal. He seeks out movement and tends to rock with his entire body in his manual wheelchair for much of the day.

Seating Dynamics Case Study Daniel

Daniel – Managing High Tone Through Dynamic Seating

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Daniel is a young man with the diagnosis of cerebral palsy and seizures. Daniel has high tone in his extremities…

Kylie – Breakage, Pressure and Cute Shoes

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Kylie is a young woman lives in Wyoming and works in the theatre. Kylie has cerebral palsy and has used…

Eddie – A Case Study of Dynamic Seating Used to Diffuse Force and Prevent Equipment Breakage

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Eddie is a 16 year old young man with the diagnosis of cerebral palsy and epilepsy. He lives at home…

Derrick – Meeting Multiple Needs through Dynamic Seating

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Derrick is a 42 year old male who resides in a group home with 24 other non-ambulatory, yet socially active,…

Seating Dynamics Case Study Robert

Robert – Living Life Instead of Repairing a Wheelchair

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Robert is a Dynamic Seating old-timer. This 27 year old man has been using Dynamic Seating for about 10 years…

Seating Dynamics Case Study Faith

Jeff – Enhancing Development through Movement

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Jeff was born at 23 weeks gestation with grade 4 interventricular hemorrhages with hydrocephalus and eventually periventricular leukomalacia. He had limited volitional active movement, no visual engagement, and difficulty self-calming. At age 3, he showed signs of improvement, and as he grew older, we worked to enhance development through movement.