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Seating Dynamics
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Dynamic Seating can often protect a client from injury by allowing a client to move or relax as needed. Many clients can exert quite a bit of force when moving, hurting themselves or breaking their head or foot supports or even the back canes of their wheelchair.

https://www.seatingdynamics.com/testimonials/
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Please participate in the 2018 Dynamic Seating and Funding Study to help further understanding of the use, awareness and barriers to access to Dynamic Seating for wheelchairs. This study will close November 2, 2018.

http://bit.ly/TakeDynamicSeatingFundingSurvey
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Seating and Wheeled Mobility provides a wide spectrum of information from foundational information for those practitioners who are new to the field to in-depth, population-specific information for practitioners who perhaps have not worked with a particular population in the past.
https://www.healio.com/books/health-professions/occupational-therapy/%7B0494f75e-c42b-4f30-96d8-175a3fd90747%7D/seating-and-wheeled-mobility-a-clinical-resource-guide
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Register now and join Jill Sparacio, OTR/L, ATP/SMS, ABDA for her October 16 webinar on The Benefits of Dynamic Seating for Individuals with Abnormal Tone Patterns. A big thank you to NRRTS for making quality educational opportunities available!
http://www.nrrts.org/teleseminars-1/upcoming-webinars
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Greg Peek loves to design the indestructible. After all, we see some tough clients! He has designed mounting joints for static and dynamic head supports that provide a large degree of adjustment while maintaining position. To fully appreciate how this works, we have to look at some math (sorry about that).

https://www.seatingdynamics.com/2018/10/01/maintaining-head-support-position-lets-do-the-math/
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When using a wheelchair, problems with injury, chair breakage, extension, postural control and/or the need for movement can be difficult to troubleshoot. This Decision Tree can help guide next steps in addressing mobility and seating challenges with Dynamic Seating. https://www.seatingdynamics.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Decision-making-tree-10.10.17.pdf
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Register now and join Jill Sparacio, OTR/L, ATP/SMS, ABDA for her October 16 webinar on The Benefits of Dynamic Seating For Individuals With Abnormal Tone Patterns. A big thank you to NRRTS for making quality educational opportunities available! http://www.nrrts.org/teleseminars-1/upcoming-webinars
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Looking for clinical studies and peer reviewed publications on Dynamic Seating? We make it easy for you by regularly reviewing and what is out there. Check out our recent Literature Review from this summer. https://www.seatingdynamics.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Seating-Dynamic-Literature-Review-July-2018.pdf
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Selecting the right equipment for your client, installing it and adjusting it for optimal performance is important to Seating Dynamics, their suppliers, ATPs and therapists. We work with you every step of the process to achieve the best outcomes.
https://www.seatingdynamics.com/testimonials/
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You've got a million questions: How does dynamic seating work? Can I get funding? Who installs it? Where does it allow movement in a wheelchair? We've got your answers! Check out out FAQ: https://www.seatingdynamics.com/faqs/
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