Education in Motion

Education in Motion

Created by clinicians for clinicians, Education in Motion provides the latest information concerning manual chairs, power chairs, and wheelchair seating. Read blogs, articles, and industry resources as well as real life clinical applications and outcomes.

Recent Blog Posts

Powering Epic Outdoor Adventures for People with Disabilities

For decades, engaging in leisure and recreational activities has been linked to a myriad of physi...

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Creating a Postural Management Plan to Support a Neutral Pelvis

For many therapists, it is incredibly frustrating when, after providing a productive therapy sess...

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Rigid Frame Wheelchairs: Turning Energy into Motion

Rigid frame wheelchairs are ideal for transferring energy into motion. When prescribed appropriat...

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The Role of the Pelvis in a Postural Management Plan

24-hour postural management is a planned program that considers all relevant positions a child us...

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Comparing Wheelchair Wheel Spoke Options

Spokes act as the bridge between a wheelchair user and the ground. Understanding their mechanics ...

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Breaking the Cycle of Asymmetries Using 24-Hour Postural Management

For those of us who work with children with disabilities, we seem to intuitively know that if the...

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Resource Updates

Guide for Finding the Best Head Position for Your Client

Even though we are taught that seating and positioning begins at the pelvis, it is common for peo...

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Early Intervention: Activities at Home to Support Development

This quick guide will provide early developmental activity ideas to help promote physical, social...

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Pediatric Standers: At-Home Activities

Standing is hugely beneficial for the body: from increasing bone mineral density to improving bre...

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Paediatric Seating System Assessment

Seating systems are a vital part of 24-hour postural management programs. They provide a stable a...

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Guide to Memory Seat Programming

The benefits and clinical application of being able to program the end positions of each power se...

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Memory Seat Functions

When considering power seat functions, it is important to consider all of the functional activiti...

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Real Life Stories

Kevan C.

Kevan considers himself just one of the guys! He is a full-time wheelchair user who is redefining what accessible is. His message is that accessibility is different for everyone. In his eyes, it is "people helping people." He learned this when he decided to leave his wheelchair in America and his posse volunteered to carry him around Europe.

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Meet the Team

Angie Kiger

Angie Kiger - Sunrise Medical USA

M.Ed., CRTS, ATP/SMS - Clinical Strategy & Education Manager

Amy Bjornson

Amy Bjornson - Sunrise Medical Australia

BS, MPT, ATP, SMS - Clinical Education Manager - Asia Pacific

Sheilagh Sherman

Sheilagh Sherman - Sunrise Medical Canada

BA, BHScOT, MHM, OT Reg. (Ont.) - Clinical Educator

Mayari Solorzano-Chavez

Mayari Solorzano-Chavez - Sunrise Medical Latin America

PT / ATP - Clinical Educator - Latin America

Linda Bollinger

Linda Bollinger - Sunrise Medical USA

PT / ATP / DPT - Clinical Education Manager

Faith Brown

Faith Brown - Sunrise Medical UK & Éire

OT - Clinical Specialist, Clinical Educator - United Kingdom & Éire

Federico Rizza

Federico Rizza - Sunrise Medical Italy

OT - Clinical & Product Specialist

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