Videos Support Station Demonstration
Demonstration of the Support Station, a hygiene and transfer device.
Videos Team Agar at the Reeds Lake Triathlon
Team Agar at the Rhoades McKee Reeds Lake Triathlon in Grand Rapids, MI, September 5, 2019.
Videos The Activity Chair Footboard
The new footboard for Rifton’s Activity Chair has a wider adjustment range, easier adjustments, and can flip up or lock down for client transfer.
Evidence Based Practice State of the Evidence: Intervention Effectiveness in Children with Cerebral Palsy March 26, 2020 by Elena Noble, MPT
In 2013, Iona Novak and her team put together one of the most comprehensive evidence-based overviews of pediatric interventions. With over 200 systematic reviews performed since then, this evidence update adds strength and definition to recommended interventions for children with cerebral palsy.
Evidence Based Practice Evidence Update: Clinical Practice Guideline to Improve Locomotor Function in Neurorehab February 25, 2020 by Elena Noble, MPT
New evidence in neurorehab points to the importance of intensive overground walking opportunities for individuals recovering from chronic stroke, TBI and SCI.
Evidence Based Practice Stabilizing the Pelvis with the Rifton Pelvic Harness February 18, 2020 by Lori Potts, PT
The Activity Chair pelvic harness is more effective than a seatbelt or abductor for securing the pelvis and enabling functional sitting.
Videos Johnny Agar
Watch the inspiring story of Johnny Agar, an athlete and Rifton Pacer user.
Letters of Educational Necessity Pacer Gait Trainer Letter of Educational Necessity
View a sample letter of educational necessity for the Rifton Pacer Gait Trainer. It is not intended to provide definitive guidance for the IEP or 504 Plan in any specific student situation. School-based therapists will follow school district requirements and make the ultimate determination as to the appropriateness of a product to enable the student with physical disabilities to access the educational curriculum, benefit from specialized instruction, and participate in school activities. Download PDF (826.3 KB)
Letters of Educational Necessity Activity Chair Letter of Educational Necessity
View a sample letter of educational necessity for the Rifton Activity Chair. It is not intended to provide definitive guidance for the IEP or 504 Plan in any specific student situation. School-based therapists will follow school district requirements and make the ultimate determination as to the appropriateness of a product to enable the student with physical disabilities to access the educational curriculum, benefit from specialized instruction, and participate in school activities. Download PDF (512.1 KB)
PT/OT Teaching Weight Acceptance with the Rifton Activity Chair January 07, 2020 by Elena Noble, MPT
Beyond the comforts of the sofa or the academics of a classroom, sitting is a learning position – for motor skill building. For those with disabilities that limit standing and walking opportunities, this means engaging in seated postures and activities that challenge core stability, endurance, trunk and head control. And the start of the learning process always begins with transferring out of a...
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