Finally - For Kristen
Cynthia is an itinerant teacher for orthopedically impaired students and an assistive technology consultant in Northern California.
In school, it always took two adults to transfer Kristen for toileting. She assisted to the best of her ability but as she grew, this became increasingly difficult for all involved. She is now in middle school and is a fashionable young lady concerned with being hip...
Cindi Spink is the Director of the Day Program at Chesapeake Care Resources in Northeast, MD.
Over the last ten years, Francie (not her real name) had lost her ability to stand and transfer. She became totally dependent on staff for all her ADL’s, and gained a lot of weight. We gave up toileting because she refused to stand. Three or four people had to lift her onto the raised changing table and...
Support Station Success
The staff at Woodland reports on their use of the Rifton Support Station. Rifton appreciates the opportunity to share their experience with you.
Woodland Development Center
SXI Classroom for 7-14 years
We first learned about the Rifton Support Station from Chesapeake Care Resources in North East, Maryland, while they were completing their MOVE for Adults Research Project. The...