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Virtual Pindot Custom Seating Shape Capture Training Program

Duration: 4 hours
Live Event Date:
July 15, 2021
Time:
12:30 - 4:30 pm EST

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This comprehensive training session provides the tools and training necessary to ensure accurate custom contoured seating solutions utilizing the PinDot® CLIP.

Virtual PinDot Silhouette and Silhouette Custom Basic Design Training

Duration: 2 hours
Live Event Date: August 19, 2021
Time: 1:00 - 3:00 pm EST

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The first part of this 2-hour training session will allow you to create optimal product contouring for positioning and balance through User Simulation or Molding. The second part is focused on pre-captured shapes, use measurements, evaluations, and any needed modifications through our CAD software.

Virtual Pindot Custom Seating + Matrx Seating Series Training

Duration: 2 hours
Live Event Date:  November 18, 2021
Time: 1:00 - 3:00 pm EST

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Learn how to capture a perfect fit and precise orientation within the chair when integrating custom contoured PinDot® Silhouette® and ContourU® series with Matrx® back shells.

Immerse Yourself - The Science of Skin Protection

Duration: 1 hour
Sign Up Code: immerseod
Credit:  .1 CEU

Appropriate technology application can greatly enhance the functional outcomes for clients who utilize seating and wheeled mobility systems. Once the mat assessment is completed, it is necessary to interpret that data and convert it to equipment selection & configuration. Common seated postures will be presented, and the principles of accommodation or reduction of orthopedic changes will be presented. Considerations for the selection of seat cushions and back supports with the goal of maximizing consumer function will be reviewed using a clinical approach.

This course follows the guidelines published in the "RESNA Wheelchair Service Provision Guide."

Exploring Changing Needs

Power wheelchairs are more than just mobility. This webinar will discuss Power Wheelchair electronics and how to ensure the power wheelchair can grow and change with the changing needs of a patient. Whether that patient’s abilities are increasing or decreasing, we as clinicians need to ensure they will continue to have access to their technology.

Invacare® AVIVA® FX Power Wheelchair with Motion Concepts MPS Maxx Stander ​​

Duration: 1 hour
The AVIVA FX Power Wheelchair is more than just a sleek base. It was designed for simplicity in service, from field to shop. And if you do need to tweak parameters, wireless programming with live client feedback makes set-ups easy.​ Virtual presentation presented by Grace Vila of Invacare Corporation and Stephen Tiskus of Motion Concepts. 

Introducing the New Invacare AVIVA FX Front Wheel Drive Power Wheelchair

Duration: 1 hour
The AVIVA is the next generation of Invacare Power Mobility Products that has a unique identity and conveys benefits of Design, Technology & Performance. We will demonstrate all the key features that make this a unique power chair, including the 4Sure™ Suspension, LiNX technology and the easy to service base.

Comprehensive Motion Concepts Technical Training on the Ultra-Low Maxx System

Duration: 1 hour
This course will review all the adjustments on the Ultra-Low Maxx Systems including width, depth, back height, center-of-gravity, LNX, along with the most commonly prescribed accessories. This course will include step-by-step how-to videos, guidelines on set-up for proper fit for the client and basic trouble-shooting techniques from one of our lead technicians.

Infection Prevention and Control: Presented by Anna Sokol, RN, MN, BScN, BScKin

The world has recently been shaken by the COVID‐19 pandemic. All industries have been affected and have had to change the way people work and provide services. This presentation will focus on the chain of infection transmission and the ways to break that chain in relation to seating and mobility.

THE COMPLETE SOLUTION: Seating for all that matters in the LTC and community

This presentation will focus on the major quality metrics of the LTC industry that may be addressed by an evidence-based seating and mobility design. But most importantly, we will talk about seating as an area that may lower the number of preventable incidents and health complications.

The new benchmark in front-wheel drive has arrived!

Getting around is what power wheelchairs are for, and the new Invacare AVIVA FX Power Wheelchair is engineered to allow users to enjoy the ride. Unbeatable.

Invacare Lifts: Sling Laundering Best Practices

Laundering instructions and best practices for Invacare slings.

HomeFill Oxygen System Patient Training

Instructions on the use and set-up of the Invacare HomeFill Oxygen System.

Veterans we appreciate you and will see you next year!

A quick tribute to our veterans back during the 2017 National Veterans Wheelchair Games.

Invacare Lifts: Tips on Safety and Usage

Tips on operating the Invacare Lifts safely to reduce risk of injuries.

LiNX Technology - Set up Using Apple Device

Take advantage of our LiNX Technology today! Here is a video on the easy set-up using an Apple Device.

Connectivity is the Key

In today’s digital world, power wheelchair users are no exception to wanting connectivity to multiple devices and environmental controls. Join Lisa Rotelli of Adaptive Switch Labs (ASL) as she details what is available, how it interfaces with specialty controls and what to consider when designing a connectivity package for your client.

Future of Drive Controls

The ASL Fusion Proportional and Digital Head Array is the next step in function and control. It is a multi-use drive control with complete programmability that allows use with a wide range of patients with a varying range of diagnoses. Learn more by attending our virtual informational session. 

Expanding Environments – A Multi-Step Approach to Grow, Learn and Train with Powered Mobility

When working with patients new to powered mobility, special consideration must be given to factors such as the patient’s developing motor skills, ability to adapt to power mobility in general and the need to grow the system as the patient’s needs evolve.