The Joystick Cutout Upper Extremity support is available in two sizes, 16” wide and 18” wide. This tray is large enough for writing, reading, eating or feeding, can easily support a tablet, phone, communication device or ECU control and can also be used for contralateral UE positioning and seat function/mode switch mounting. Special considerations include ordering an arm pad of at least 16” to ensure stability. Please Note: There is no angle adjustment for tablet/laptop viewing and no pencil guard.
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See our blog about iOS 13 and the amazing new accessibility function here. Today we're talking with Lucy about using the built in Bluetooth on her Permobil F3 Corpus power wheelchair.
You have read our overview on some of the new options available on iOS 13, relating to the different adaptations that can be made for physical considerations on an iPhone or iPad. Now we want to tell you the story of “Lucy and her Amazing iPad” and how she has used improvements in technology to complete school work, play educational games, and of course, take selfies! Below is our interview with Lucy.
Permobil recently announced that Charles ‘Chuck’ Witkowski, II has been named its Executive Vice President (EVP) Business Region (BR) Americas. Sweden-based Permobil will look to Witkowski – an entrepreneurial leader with a strong healthcare background and passion for applying life sciences to product development that improves people’s lives – to advance its mission of moving people forward, literally and figuratively, without regard to society’s definitions of ability.
The last part in our 4 part series about Power Assist Devices. See Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3.
For the final post in this series, we will be focusing on the funding trends and considerations for power assist devices. These past few weeks we’ve talked about all the great applications of power assist devices, but how do we get this piece of equipment for our clients? Coverage for power assist devices varies based on the funding source. Let’s look at the most common funding sources and how power assist devices are typically covered.