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Course Overview: 
Physical and occupational therapists, as well as suppliers, need to understand the clinical and technological complexities of molding to be successful with their clients.
This course begins with a lecture providing an overview of the clinical and technology considerations in the evaluation and provision of molded seating systems. Key anatomic linear and angular measures are also presented.
 
Learning Objectives:
  1. The Participant will list 3 mat assessment takeaways relative to custom molded seating
  2.  The Participant will list 2 client situations/ conditions in which custom molded seating should be  considered.
  3.  The Participant will list one unintended clinical consequence of molding.
  4.  The Participant will list 2 steps in molding preparation.
  5. The Participant will list 2 key relative angles of the client needed for molding
  6. The participant will relate 2 reasons for each manufacturer regarding who the method is meant for and why.
About the Speakers:
 
Susan Johnson Taylor, OTR/L is an occupational therapist who has been practicing in the field of seating and wheeled mobility for 40 years primarily in the Chicago area at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Wheelchair and Seating Center (now the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab).  Susan has published and presented nationally and internationally. Susan is both a member and fellow with RESNA. She is currently a member of the RESNA/ANSI Wheelchair Standards Committee and the Clinician’s Task Force. She is a Certified member of the International Society of Wheelchair Professionals. Susan joined the Numotion in 2015, and is the Director of Training and Education.

Anne Kieschnik, BSW, ATP, CRTS  has worked extensively in the field of Assistive Technology providing complex rehabilitation equipment since 1979.  Her experiences include working for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, the MED Group, and as an owner of a complex rehabilitation company specializing in pediatrics before joining Numotion in 2012 as ATP Development Manager.  Her passion is working with children, especially the 3 year old and younger group. Anne is a current member of the National Registry of Rehabilitation Technology Suppliers and served on the BOD from 1996-2006.  She served on the NRRTS board for 10 years and has been active with The Texas Rehab Providers Council .  She participated in the 1997 RESNA Certification Validation Committee, has presented to many Allied Professional organizations and speaks nationally on a variety for CRT topics on behalf of Numotion. 
 

Registration & Pricing

Click the button below to register using PayPal.  After Purchasing, Numotion’s Clinical Education departments will be sending you the course link via email. 
 
Cost: $25
 
Clinical Education:  1.800.500.9150
 

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