CRT users are leading the way in efforts to get vital legislation passed that will protect Complex Rehab Technology. Recognizing the need for CRT users to be at the center of advocacy efforts, the new initiative #Unite4CRT was formed.
Led by Kyle Romano, Bobbi Kay Lewis, and Jenny Siegle, #Unite4CRT is asking everyone to join in the first of a series of online meetings. During this session, you’ll be provided with the tools to confidently and comfortably portray CRT’s vital role.
Check out the new Custom Cushion option for those who need the skin protection and postural control of Ride Custom, and require or request softer, but highly accurate, seating.
Simple to clean
The Custom AccuSoft Cushion comes with an inner incontinent resistant cover and a breathable spacer fabric outer cover. For ease of care, an outer wipeable incontinent resistant cover is also available.
Easy to modify in the field
The Custom AccuSoft’s inner incontinent resistant cover can be zipped off and on, allowing easy access for a simple modification process. Check out this video demonstration.
We know you’ve been meaning to attend… so select now from among nine Ride Custom Certification Courses sessions offered for 2019!
February 28 – March 1
April 11 – 12
April 18 – 19
May 16 – 17
June 20 – 21
July 25 – 26
August 1 – 2
October 17 – 18
October 24 – 25
The course is designed specifically for clinicians and suppliers who want to take their seating skills to the next level. Learn why coming to Colorado for the course may be a game changer for your seating practice here.
Registration for all 2019 dates is now open. Register early here; class size is limited.
Funding for complex rehab technology equipment in the US is in jeopardy. It’s important for lawmakers to understand just how critical this equipment is to preserve and enhance health and independence. ADA requirements may be loosened… certainly issues for everyone to be monitoring.
It’s all about educating those for whom disability issues are a foreign language about the importance of these issues to the disability community. Ride Designs team members were among those who went to Capitol Hill in late April to advocate for complex rehab technology. Earlier this year, we hosted Colorado Senator Michael Bennet at our facility for Small Business Week. The Senator, shown here discussing wheelchair seating with veteran Andrew Kinard, seems open to learning more about both our products and the issues they are meant to resolve.
You don’t need to travel to Washington to be involved… check out these resources:
• An interesting podcast with panelists speaking about their advocacy efforts has been posted online by United on Wheels.
• The Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, which focuses on spinal cord injury advocacy, urges “Lend your voice to our initiatives and you can make a real difference for people living with paralysis, as well as their families and caregivers.”
• Your member of congress is leaving, now what? Mobility Management outlines some ideas about how to how to keep CRT discussions going amid changes in D.C here.