Community Action at its Finest
March 09, 2015
by Carmen Hinkey
The receding snow banks are creating inviting sidewalks, and which kid’s first response is not “where’s my bike?” Children with physical disabilities want to ride just as much as any child, and they should. Sadly, adaptive trikes are far too rarely covered by Medicaid or insurance, even with a strong case for the therapeutic benefits of cycling.
Thankfully, there is a growing...
Making the Case for Complex Rehab Equipment Not Just Durable Medical Equipment
November 01, 2011
by Kirk Wareham
A new publication called Complex, written and superbly photographed by Mark Sullivan, a VP at Invacare, has been issued by NRRTS and it’s well worth the read.
It tells the story of several remarkable people whose lives have been dramatically improved by complex rehab technology and makes the case eloquently why the complex rehab industry needs to be protected from the cost-cutting frenzy that has...