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Spinal Cord Injury and Functional Ability

August 21, 2021
Spinal cord injury (SCI) functional ability levels can change over time and require varying types of assistive technology along the way. Individuals may be able to regain enough function to achieve greater independence. This depends on the level of injury and the amount of success with rehabi…
Young Children Playing with Child in Wheelchair

Teaching Compassion to Non-Disabled Children

August 19, 2021
Teach and Practice Compassion Early childhood is a time of wonder and discovery. It is also a time filled with lessons that can carry a child through the rest of their life. One of the most important lessons a child should learn is the importance of compassion. Compassion is closely linked…

What to Expect with a Diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy

March 1, 2021
Learning that your child has cerebral palsy (CP) can be very distressing. If this happens to your child, know that you are not alone. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), each year, an average of 1 in 345 children in the United States are diagnosed with cerebral pal…

Tips for a Tidy Home – Living with MS

January 13, 2021
Living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) can be very challenging. The symptoms of MS can make it a struggle to perform basic household chores and completing those everyday tasks can seem hopeless! However, cleaning and decluttering the most lived-in areas of the home can offer surprising benefits for…

Giving Mobility Back to People with Multiple Sclerosis

October 26, 2020
Your typical standing power chair is an automated device that helps its user move from a seated to standing position and back again. Some standing power chairs also enable users to fully recline. The Redman Power Chair goes much further. It doesn’t just facilitate standing and reclining, it o…

Activities for People with Disabilities

April 20, 2020
According to the CDC, more than 21 million American adults have a disability that can make day-to-day activities difficult. So, if you’re looking for activities for people with disabilities, you’re certainly not alone! It’s worth noting that staying physically active has a major impact on physic…

The Best Power Wheelchair for Multiple Sclerosis

September 16, 2019
For those who have been diagnosed with Multiple sclerosis (MS), decisions about assertive technology can have a massive impact on their quality of life while managing the disease. MS is an auto-immune disorder affecting the central nervous system. MS affects neurons, which are the cells of the br…

Disabilities that Require Wheelchairs

August 23, 2019
Disabilities that Require Wheelchairs Redman Power Chair Many different kinds of disabilities require the use of wheelchairs for mobility. These are referred to as mobility impairments. Disabilities may be orthopedic (relating to the bone and muscles) or they may be neuromuscular (relating to…

What Is a Standing Wheelchair for Quadriplegics?

September 6, 2017
A standing wheelchair for Quadriplegics is a motorized chair that is powered by one or two batteries, with the intended purpose of traveling through all ranges of motion from sitting to standing and back to prone, allowing a better posture and the correction of symptoms like high blood pressure, …

The Redman Team Supports Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month

September 27, 2012
Did you know that Congress recently declared September 2012 as Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Awareness Month?  SCI Awareness Month was just passed as a resolution by the Senate this year in July.  We are glad that the general public is being made aware of such an important issue.  How important?  Ever…
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