PT/OT Anchors: A Way to Increase Independence June 11, 2013 by Diane McCormack, OTR
Rifton’s Anchor family is more than a collection of suction cup grab bars and hand grips. The Anchor family is a set of distal arm stabilizers that enhance proximal stability of head, shoulder, trunk and pelvis. In essence, they assist students and young adults in becoming more independent in the classroom, community and home. Previously, a hierarchical development theory emphasized working on...
PT/OT Learn About MOVE April 19, 2006
MOVE International MOVE® International is dedicated to helping children and adults with severe disabilities. The MOVE Curriculum teaches functional motor activities for increased independence in sitting, standing and walking. With Mobility Opportunities Via Education®, individuals acquire strength, balance, and motor skills for participation in life activities and improved quality of life. View...