How To’s Pacer Positioning Checklist
Therapists who use the Pacer with more than one client know how important it is to replicate the same settings and positioning each time. But since each user requires different settings, it’s easy to forget from client to client and miss out an important adjustment or prompt. Caretakers can use this Positioning Checklist as a convenient way to ensure optimal use of the Pacer for each individual. Download PDF (1.8 MB)
How To’s Activity Chair Positioning Checklist
Therapists who use the Activity Chair with more than one client know how important it is to replicate the same settings and positioning each time. But since each user requires different settings, it’s easy to forget from client to client and miss out an important adjustment or prompt. Caretakers can use this Positioning Checklist as a convenient way to ensure optimal use of the Activity Chair for each individual. Download PDF (1.3 MB)
How To’s TRAM Positioning Checklist
Therapists who use the TRAM with more than one client know how important it is to replicate the same settings and positioning each time. But since each user requires different settings, it’s easy to forget from client to client and miss out an important adjustment or prompt. Caretakers can use this Positioning Checklist as a convenient way to ensure optimal use of the TRAM for each individual. Download PDF (747.5 KB)
How To’s Mobile Stander Positioning Checklist
Therapists who use the Mobile Stander with more than one client know how important it is to replicate the same settings and positioning each time. But since each user requires different settings, it’s easy to forget from client to client and miss out an important adjustment or prompt. Caretakers can use this Positioning Checklist as a convenient way to ensure optimal use of the Mobile Stander for each individual. Download PDF (973.1 KB)
How To’s E-Pacer Positioning Checklist
Therapists who use the E-Pacer with more than one client know how important it is to replicate the same settings and positioning each time. But since each user requires different settings, it’s easy to forget from client to client and miss out an important adjustment or prompt. Caretakers can use this Positioning Checklist as a convenient way to ensure optimal use of the E-Pacer for each individual. Download PDF (899.7 KB)
How To’s Cleaning Rifton Equipment
All of our products are tested to withstand a 10% bleach solution. Because of this, we expect that most commercial disinfectants can be used on our equipment without harming it...
How To’s HTS Positioning Checklist
Therapists who use the HTS with more than one client know how important it is to replicate the same settings and positioning each time. But since each user requires different settings, it’s easy to forget from client to client and miss out an important adjustment or prompt. Caretakers can use this Positioning Checklist as a convenient way to ensure optimal use of the HTS for each individual. Download PDF (664.6 KB)
How To’s Videos for Obsolete Rifton Products
For reference, here are a few videos discussing and demonstrating Rifton products no longer in production.
How To’s Guidelines for Functional Use of the Pacer Gait Trainer Part II
The Pacer gait trainer is a walking device used in pediatric and adult rehabilitation settings to support individuals with disabilities for upright posture and ambulatory activities. Each Pacer component (or prompt) adjusts to accommodate various positioning needs, and is easily removed when it is no longer required.
How To’s Pacer Prompt Reduction Strategies: Examples A and B
Use only the components that the individual requires for walking posture and alignment. Every individual is unique, and therefore prompt reduction should be customized to the individual.
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