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References

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.

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Clinical Guidelines For Dynamic Wheelchair Seating: Postural Control and Function

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This document is designed to provide Clinical Guidelines for the use of Dynamic Seating with clients who have the potential to develop increased postural control and function.

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Clinical Guidelines For Dynamic Wheelchair Seating: Clients with Increased Muscle Tone and/or Forceful Movements

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This document is designed to provide Clinical Guidelines for the use of Dynamic Seating with clients who have increased muscle tone and/or forceful movements.

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Clinical Guidelines for Dynamic Wheelchair Seating: Providing Movement for Sensory Input, Decreasing Agitation, and/or Increasing Alertness – Clients Who Seek out Movement

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This document is designed to provide Clinical Guidelines for the use of Dynamic Seating with clients who seek out movement and /or have behavioral issues. It covers providing movement for sensory input, decreasing agitation, and/or increasing alertness.

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Sample Letter of Medical Necessity for Dynamic Components Used to Prevent Breakage and Diffuse Muscle Tone

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This sample medical justification wording for specific Dynamic Seating components which may be used in documentation, such as a Letter of Medical Necessity.

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Pain in People Using Wheelchairs – Prevalence, Cause and Interventions

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Wheeled seating and mobility is designed to support a person in an optimal position within a dependent or independent mobility base. Optimal positioning may be defined as orthopedic alignment, body symmetry in multiple planes, pressure distribution or increased function. Another measure of optimal positioning within a wheelchair is comfort – otherwise referred to as the lack or reduction of pain. Prolonged sitting can lead to pain, particularly in certain wheelchair users.

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.

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Literature Review on Dynamic Wheelchair Seating

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The following are results of a literature review on Dynamic Wheelchair Seating. This term is used in multiple contexts. Some…

Seating Dynamics Case Study Daniel

Daniel – Managing High Tone Through Dynamic Seating

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Daniel is a 15-year-old young man with the diagnosis of cerebral palsy and seizures. Daniel has high tone in his…