It is with mixed emotions that I write my last Clinical Corner article for Sunrise Medical Canada. I am NOT leaving Sunrise Medical; however, the Clinical Corner blog that I have been writing for the past 9+ years will be archived as we transition the focus to our global Education in Motion on-line resource.
Education in Motion is a collaborative effort of the Sunrise Medical education team. Moving forward, look to Education in Motion for monthly blog articles written by various members of the Sunrise Medical clinical team. In addition, Education in Motion will continue to provide helpful resources and up-to-date clinical information related to seating and mobility.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you, my readers, for your comments, questions and suggestions for topics. Your support of Clinical Corner has meant a lot to me! Our past Clinical Corner articles will remain on our website as a resource for clinicians as we have heard from so many of you that these articles have been extremely helpful in your practice.
Please continue to reach out to me! Your topic ideas may be incorporated into Education in Motion blog articles. In addition, I will continue to offer our monthly Cyber Series of webinars. As always, I remain available to answer your clinical questions via email.
Note: The content of this article is not meant to be prescriptive; rather, it is meant as a general resource for clinicians to then use clinical reasoning skills to determine optimal solutions for individual clients. Sheilagh is unable to answer questions from members of the general public. Members of the general public are directed to their own therapists or other health care professionals to ask questions regarding needs.
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