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Part 1 in our 2-part series about iOS 13 and the amazing new accessibility function.
Mouse Emulation on an iPad? Moving a cursor on a screen on an iPhone? Did I just read that correctly? Yes, you did!
When Apple released iOS 13 in September, in addition to new Memojis, an amazing new accessibility function was also released, which gives consumers who prefer Apple products more choice as to how they interact with their device (consult Apple to find out if your device is compatible with iOS 13).
Part 3 in our series about Power Assist Devices. See Part 1 and Part 2.
Now that we have a better understanding of the potential applications of power assist outside of the traditional “shoulder pain” or “long distance” needs – we can move into specific population considerations.
We discussed in week 1 of this blog series the need to move from a reactive approach to a more proactive approach when it comes to recommending power assist devices. Part of that proactive approach includes thinking about different client populations that would benefit from this technology. Let’s consider a few case scenarios when thinking about individual’s outside of the typical “picture” of who would benefit from power assist.
Part 2 in our series about Power Assist Devices. See Part 1 here.
This week we are continuing our blog series on power assist devices. Last week we looked at contributing factors to upper extremity impairment in manual wheelchair users, and this week we will be focusing on how to determine if a power assist device would be beneficial to you or your clients.
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