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It is appropriate for a person to be considered an intermittent user if he or she has:

  • Insufficient endurance for required distances to participate
  • No risk for pressure injury
  • Ability to operate joystick or tiller
  • Ability to safely transfer in and out of device
  • No anticipated change in user’s condition
  • A need for mobility in the community and/or home
  • Ability to transport device






Decreased participation is how the limitations affect the client’s ability to participate in activities that they need or want to do. Our job is to facilitate participation with equipment such as cook a meal, dress, grocery shop.

Environmental factors and Personal factors (“contextual”)

  • Environmental factors can include social attitudes, architectural characteristics, climate, terrain, etc.
  • Personal factors can include gender, age, coping styles, social background, education, past and current experience, overall behavior pattern, character.
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  • This woman is aging with a disability, uses an individually configured manual chair, but finds that they cannot participate anymore due to increased weakness and fatigue with distances.
  • She has requested some assistance with power so that she can attend her child’s baseball games, get around the work campus more easily, and will only use the chair outdoors and distances.
  • She has a car to which she transfers his chair and himself, does not want an adapted van.
  • She works in IT, and very adept at technologies.
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    One in every 6,000 babies is born with SMA. It is one of the most prevalent genetic disorders affecting young children and a major cause of death in infancy. SMA can strike children at any age. SMA in infancy and early childhood is associated with worse outcomes, while patients who develop symptoms later in childhood or in adolescence usually have a more positive prognosis.

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    If the appropriateness of a scooter is being considered for a client, such as a person with a heart or respiratory condition that limits endurance when walking, the team, including the CRT supplier, might ask the following questions:
    • Does the client have the balance and strength to safely and independently get on and off a scooter?
    • Is the client’s upper extremity strength, range of motion (ROM), tone, and coordination sufficient to operate the controls?
    • Can the client physically operate the tiller control of the scooter?
    • Is the client’s balance and stability sufficient to maintain an upright posture on the scooter seat?
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    • Eating
    • Dressing and grooming
    • Toileting
    • Bathing or Showering
    • Transferring (getting in and out of bed or a chair)
    <strong>Wheelchair Seating and Postural Support Systems</strong>
    As you’ve learned in this course, a wheelchair solution aids not only with mobility but also in supporting the client in a seated posture or position. Just as  clients’ goals and needs for mobility might differ, their seating needs are likewise unique.Types of seating equipment:
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    Seating systems for eating (eg, feeder seats)
    Seating systems for bathing (eg, bath chairs)

    Seating systems for transportation (eg, special needs car seats)
    Systems for recreation (eg, joggers, sports chairs)
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    Provide postural support needed to be in positions other that sitting in a chair
    • Systems for beds (eg, sleep systems)
    • Additional postural supports (eg, back support, trunk support, headrests)
    • Provide support to the postural muscles needed for balance




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