Recent Blog Posts

Creating a Postural Management Plan to Support a Neutral Pelvis

For many therapists, it is incredibly frustrating when, after providing a productive therapy sess...

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The Role of the Pelvis in a Postural Management Plan

24-hour postural management is a planned program that considers all relevant positions a child us...

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Rigid Frame Wheelchairs: Turning Energy into Motion

Rigid frame wheelchairs are ideal for transferring energy into motion. When prescribed appropriat...

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Standing Power Wheelchair Evaluation: Considering All of the Client's Goals

It's easy to look at power wheelchairs with a standing function and be amazed by the technolo...

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The Importance of Power Wheelchair Base Dimensions and Turning Radius

When the first mid wheel drive (MWD) power wheelchair was made available to wheelchair users...

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A Clinical Perspective on Power Seat Elevate

As technology and design continues to develop, wheelchairs and power seat options have also evolv...

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Resource Updates

Early Intervention: Activities at Home to Support Development

This quick guide will provide early developmental activity ideas to help promote physical, social...

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Guide for Finding the Best Head Position for Your Client

Even though we are taught that seating and positioning begins at the pelvis, it is common for peo...

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Comparing Ultra Lightweight Wheelchair Frames

Seating systems are a vital part of 24-hour postural management programs. They provide a stable a...

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Guide to Memory Seat Programming

The benefits and clinical application of being able to program the end positions of each power se...

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Memory Seat Functions

When considering power seat functions, it is important to consider all of the functional activiti...

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Power Wheelchair Drive Wheel Position

One of the most important factors to consider when choosing a power wheelchair is the drive wheel...

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Real Life Stories

Gabriel Copola

In 1995, when Gabriel was 11 years old, he sustained a complete spinal cord injury (SCI) at the T3-T4 level as the result of a bicycle accident.

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Meet the Team

Faith Brown - Sunrise Medical UK & EIRE

Faith Brown - Sunrise Medical UK & EIRE

Clinical Specialist Occupational Therapist (OT), Clinical Educator - United Kingdom and Eire

Federico Rizza - Sunrise Medical Italy

Federico Rizza - Sunrise Medical Italy

Clinical & Product specialist - Occupational Therapist (OT)

Amy Bjornson - Sunrise Medical Australia

Amy Bjornson - Sunrise Medical Australia

BS, MPT, ATP, SMS - Clinical Director - Asia Pacific

Angie Kiger - Sunrise Medical USA

Angie Kiger - Sunrise Medical USA

M.Ed., CTRS, ATP/SMS - Clinical Strategy & Education Manager

Linda Bollinger - Sunrise Medical USA

Linda Bollinger - Sunrise Medical USA

PT / ATP / DPT - Clinical Education Manager

Sheilagh Sherman - Sunrise Medical Canada

Sheilagh Sherman - Sunrise Medical Canada

BA, BHScOT, MHM, OT Reg. (Ont.) - Clinical Educator

Tilly Brook - Sunrise Medical Australia

Tilly Brook - Sunrise Medical Australia

MOT (Hons), BHlthSc. Occupational Therapist (OT), Clinical Hub Team Leader - Australia

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