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This easy positioning hack gets the TRAM walking saddle under a client for gait training without additional transfers. http://www.rifton.com/adaptive-mobility-blog/blog-posts/2017/february/tram-walking-saddle-positioning-video
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Watch a video tutorial that demonstrates six easy steps to get a client safely into the Pacer gait trainer using the MPS (Multi-Positioning Saddle). http://www.rifton.com/adaptive-mobility-blog/blog-posts/2017/february/gait-trainer-transfer-multi-positioning-saddle
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Learn how the Rifton TRAM made all the difference in a school district implementing a safe patient handling and mobility program. http://www.rifton.com/adaptive-mobility-blog/blog-posts/2017/january/safe-patient-transfers-rifton-tram-stories
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A must-read for pediatric therapists working in early intervention, this paper by therapist Joanne Bundonis covers the growing trend of early mobility and gait training. http://www.rifton.com/adaptive-mobility-blog/blog-posts/2017/january/benefits-of-early-mobility-intro
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Check out these tips on setting the TRAM’s swivel locks help people with difficulty controlling lateral movements during gait training.
http://www.rifton.com/adaptive-mobility-blog/blog-posts/2017/january/swivel-locks-lateral-movement-gait-training-tips

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This update adds to the existing body of knowledge on task-specific gait training and its positive effect on gait speed

http://www.rifton.com/adaptive-mobility-blog/blog-posts/2017/january/task-specific-gait-training-speed
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At the beginning of this New Year, we salute a special hero, someone with no clinical title, no recognized therapy role, yet is an invaluable member of the #therapy team.
http://www.rifton.com/adaptive-mobility-blog/blog-posts/2017/january/special-needs-hero-music-therapy
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We received an unexpected surprise from some amazing students on a recent visit to Laremont School in Chicago #specialneeds #disabilities
http://www.rifton.com/adaptive-mobility-blog/blog-posts/2016/december/laremont-school-special-visit
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These three myths are likely the reason safe patient handling has been slow to catch on among some clinicians. Read to find out why they should be dispelled. #therapist #rehab
http://www.rifton.com/adaptive-mobility-blog/blog-posts/2016/december/safe-patient-handling-myths
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Helping make toilet transfers safe and dignified for people with low tone. Read this step-by-step developed by a school #therapist. 
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