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1999

January

  • Shapcott, N & Levy, B. (1999). By the Numbers: Making the case for clinical use of pressure measurement mat technology to prevent the development of pressure ulcers. p.16-18, 20-21. (323 K .pdf)
  • Burt, J. & Chreston, J. (1999). A sporting chance: How one organization created an annual recreation event for people with mobility impairments. p.22-27. (645 K .pdf)
  • McLaurin, S. (1999). Creative Financing: Special Arrangement with Medicaid helps fund assistive technology for children. p.29-31. (258 K .pdf)

February

  • Parver, C & Wallach, J. (1999). Federal Budget Changes: How long-term care can survive. p.16-19. (516 K .pdf)
  • Trefler, E. (1999). Then and Now: Simulators have evolved from simple positioning chairs into devices with multiple uses. p.32-34, 36. (387 K .pdf)

March

  • Marcum, B. (1999). 5 Tips for Better Bathrooms: Why cost isn't always the deciding factor when choosing bathroom aids for your facility. p.16-19. (645 K .pdf)
  • DelTufo, J. (1999). Releasing the Restraints: Safety monitoring devices have had an alarming effect on geriatric patients. Here's how. p.20-23. (323 K .pdf)
  • DiMartino, C. (1999). Liquid Assets: Therapy pools and spas are a big investment. Manufacturers are working on adding value. p.24-29.(581 K .pdf)
  • Staff. (1999). A Look at Lifts. p.31-33. (516 K .pdf)

April

  • Kim, H. (1999). The Long View: Selling providers on Telerehab. p.15-19. (5.1 M .pdf)
  • Marcum, B. (1999). Bed Buying Decisions: Rest Assured. p.20-24. (645 K .pdf)
  • Epstein, C.F. (1999). Chair Control: One facility's move to a computerized wheelchair management system reaps big rewards. p.26-30. (452 K .pdf)
  • Flaherty, M. (1999). Pulling For Payment: Persistence and a team effort can persuade payers to foot the bill for standing devices. p.31-34.(323 K .pdf)

May

  • Scheck, A. (1999). Making a Hospital a Home: Should this be the future of pediatric rehab? p.18-20. (581 K .pdf)
  • McNeil, V. (1999). Beyond ADA: Going beyond the basics pays off for patients and facilities. p.22-23. (387 K .pdf)
  • Marcum, B. (1999). Software Solutions: Our annual chart takes you beyond Y2K to the latest in therapy software. p.27-29. (5.7 M .pdf)
  • Kim, H. (1999). Current Events: Some rehab providers are merging electrotherapy with ancient healing techniques and swearing by the results. p.30-32. (452 K .pdf)
  • Flaherty, M. (1999). The Seating Clinic: A harmony for many parts. p.34-36. (387 K .pdf)

June

July

  • Scheck, A. (1999). Therapists on the Team: Diabetic wound prevention is everybody's business. p.19-20. (129 K .pdf)
  • Golinker, L. (1999). Sometimes the Cavalry Does Come to the Rescue: Federal government directive turns back threat to Medicaid funding for assistive devices. p.23-24, 28-29. (645 K .pdf)
  • Segedy, A. (1999). More than Mobility: Mobility and seating manufacturers target the financial needs of facilities. p.33-34, 36. (452 K .pdf)

August

September

  • Perkins, H.K. (1999). The Key to Choosing Software: As new Medicare rules beef up information technology, providers are benefiting. p.14-17. (645 K .pdf)
  • Kim, H. (1999). The 'Other' Mobility System: Scooters in rehab are turning eyes and heads with new patient appeal. p.18-21. (645 K .pdf)
  • McNeil, V. (1999). Driving for Dollars: Funding shortages, and how some driver rehab programs are getting around them. p.24-26. (323 K .pdf)

October

--Publication of TeamRehab Report was discontinued with this issue--


1998

January

  • Guthrie, M. (1998). Kids Caught in the Middle: Children with severe disablities go underserved. p.17-18. (194 K .pdf)
  • Bennett, C.R. (1998). Dentistry and the Disabled. p. 20-24. (1.6 M .pdf)
  • Walter, J. & Dunn, R. (1998). Taking a Stand: People with spinal cord injury report increased self-esteem and improved health when using a standing system. p.31-32, 34. (258 K .pdf)

February

  • Rollman, S. (1998). Letters of Medical Necessity. p.17-19, 50. (65 K .pdf)
  • Moreo, K. (1998). Evironmental Access: The best foundation is team collaboration through care management. p.20-22, 24. (581 K .pdf)
  • Marcum, B. (1998). Winter Paralympics: This underdog to the summer paralympics in gaining momentum worldwide. p. 28-29. (258 K .pdf)
  • Cooper, R. & Boninger, M. & Robertson, R. (1998). Heavy Handed: Repetitive strain injury among manual wheelchair users. p. 35-36, 38. (194 K .pdf)

March

April

May

June

  • Burke, C. (1998). What Goes Around: Recycling programs can enhance comsumer choice and the efforts of providers, payers and therapists. p.22-23. (129 K .pdf)
  • Rhine, S. (1998). Recipe for Success: How the recreation therapist plays a vital role in helping kids return to their communities. p. 24-26. (452 K .pdf)
  • Marcum, B. (1998). Stepping Up: When stairs in the home create barriers, knowledge of accesibility equipment could give clients a lift. p.32-33, 35. (323 K .pdf)

July

  • Lollar, J. (1998). Stand Alone: Promoting standing among clients with profound disabilities can have an impact on physical status... p.27-28, 30-31. (774 K .pdf)
  • Marcum, B. & Guthrie, M.S. (1998). Crediting: What's in it for you? p.32-37. (645 K .pdf)
  • Havard, A. (1998). Up to Speed: Dale Stone finds new opportunities through improved mobility and communication. p.42-44, 46. (710 K .pdf)

August

September

  • Duncan, S.M. (1998). A Teen Dream: Cheri gets her own accesible space. p.28-30. (710 K .pdf)
  • Bergen, A.F. (1998). Heads Up: a 20-year tale in several parts. p.45-49. (6.2 M .pdf)

October

  • Locke, M. (1998). Case Managers Need to be Leaders. p.16-17. (65 K .pdf)
  • Shaw, G. (1998). Travel Hazards: Before safe passage can be defined, the industry must first quantify the risk involved for wheelchair users. p.23-24. (129 K .pdf)
  • Segedy, A. (1998). A Base Hit: Powered wheelchair bases are stirring up the market as maufacturers offer more options. p.37-38. (65 K .pdf)

November

  • Bergen, A.F. (1998). Room For Growth: Assitive technology for a little girl with very special needs. p.17-18, 20, 22, 24. (645 K .pdf)
  • Andrews, M. (1998). A Costly Deficiency: Nutritional assessment and risk of pressure ulcer development. p.27-28. (65 K .pdf)
  • Scheck, A. (1998). Going the Distance: Developments in communications technology bring telemedicine to rehab. p.30-32,36,38,40. (1.1 M .pdf)

December --- Buyer's guide; no articles.


1997

January

  • Bridgman, H.J. (1997). Determination and More: With newly acquired computer skills, Pat takes charge. p.42-45. (258 K .pdf)

February

  • Girardi, M. (1997). Ben's Independence Day: Tongue-touch controls give Ben a more satisfying, self-sufficient lifestyle. p.14-17. (387 K .pdf)
  • Golinker, L. (1997). Speaking Up in Court: Recent federal court decisions pave the way for Medicaid funding of AAC devices. p.19-22. (129 K .pdf)
  • Segedy, A. (1997). From Chair to Bed: The surface on which the client sleeps at night is just as critical as the surface on which the client sits during the day. p.27-29. (65 K .pdf)

March

April

  • Drastal,S. & Nead, C. (1997). Norman's Conquest: An ECU opens up the possibilities. p.15-16. (129 K .pdf)
  • Jackson, R.A. (1997). Paying For Prosthetics: Prosthetic specialists, manufacturers and clinics are searching for ways to work with managed care sources. p.24-26, 28. (5.4 M .pdf)
  • Segedy, A. (1997). Sport Wheelchairs: There is more to sport wheelchairs than speed. p.33-34. (194 K .pdf)

May

  • Schuch, J. & Lawson, I. (1997). Rest Easy: An easy chair and a cushion solve painful difficulties for one man. p.18-20. (258 K .pdf)
  • Wylde, M. (1997). Mod Squad: Therapists play a significant role in helping their older clinents learn what home modifications can -or need to- be made. p.28-31. (516 K .pdf)
  • Hays, N. (1997). Women, Age and Disabilities. p.33-34, 36. (581 K .pdf)

June

  • Lange, M. & Raciot, M. (1997). A Comparison of Wheelchair Mounting Systems. p.14-15, 52. (129 K .pdf)
  • Guthrie, M. (1997). Bringing Up Baby: Products for parents with disabilities. p.17-19. (194 K .pdf)
  • Hays, N. (1997). The Young Ones: Early intervention is growing. p.21-22, 24. (258 K .pdf)
  • St.Andrew, L.. (1997). Dale's Telemarketing: A successful partnership. p.28-30, 32. (258 K .pdf)
  • Hays, N. (1997). Up in Arms: Designing mobile arm supports. p.35-36, 38. (323 K .pdf)
  • Rushmore, H. & Trefler, E. (1997). In Focus: A consumer focus group provides clues as to how the participants would like to be treated. p.41-43. (129 K .pdf)

July

  • Guthrie, M. (1997). Where Will the Jobs Be? : Finding the right piece of the rehab puzzle. p.14-15, 17,19, 21, 23. (710 K .pdf)
  • Kalina, T. (1997). The Road Ahead. p.25-26, 28, 30, 32. (2.0 M .pdf)
  • Hardwick, K. & Feichtinger, L. & Wiederhold, D. (1997). Daniel's Story: Three years later, he's eating and breathing on his own-and he's been to Disney World. p.34-36, 38. (516 K .pdf)

August

  • Kirshblum, S. & O'Conner, K. (1997). The Problem of Pain: A common condition of people with SCI. p.14-17. (129 K .pdf)
  • Mercier, J. & Mollica, B.M. & Peischl, D. (1997). Plain Talk: A guide to sorting out AAC devices. p.19-23. (323 K .pdf)
  • Kachourbos, M.J. (1997). Relief at Last: An implanted bladder control system helps people control their bodily functions. p.31-35. (710 K .pdf)

September

  • Pasley, H. (1997). A Family Affair: With a new mobility device and lots of family and therapy support, Darian Baker starts on the road of life. p.14-15, 17. (516 K .pdf)
  • Murray, S. & Burton, A. (1997). More Than Fun and Games: Recreational therapists are value-adding team members. p.31-35. (258 K .pdf)
  • Harris, J. (1997). Rehabilitation Continuum of Care. p.38-39. (65 K .pdf)

October

  • Roesler, T. (1997). Sitting Around: Wheelchair cushion evaluation and education in pressure sore prevention. p.31, 33, 35. (516 K .pdf)
  • Jones, M. & Sanford, J. & Arch, M. & Bell, R.B. (1997). Disability Demographics: How are they changing? p.36-39, 41, 43-44. (839 K .pdf)
  • Staff. (1997). If You Build It...: Where to look for assistance in architectural access. p.47-49. (65 K .pdf)
  • Smith, D. (1997). Five Steps to Funding: Getting the device you really need. p.53-54, 57. (129 K .pdf)

November --- Buyer's guide; no articles.

December

  • Williams, M. (1997). Transitions to Success: Alternative communication is the magic wand that can transform the pumpkin into the magic coach. p.8-9. (129 K .pdf)
  • Blanc, C. (1997). On the Way to Work. p.20-22. (516 K .pdf)


1996

January

  • Mundl, J. (1996). Getting on Track: Finding a reliable access method proved to be the key to unlocking Jay's computer potential. p.20-22, 24. (1.1 M .pdf)

February

  • Schmidt, M.J. & Wright, P. (1996). Job Coaching: A team effort. p.24-27. (194 K .pdf)

March

  • Schoger, S. (1996). Bringing Up Debra: Years of effort pay off. p.18-22. (1.7 M .pdf)
  • Tatum, L. (1996). Therapeutic Recreation Validated: Therapeutic recreation is more than bingo and crafts as specialists work to validate their spot on the rehab team. p.31, 34.(194 K .pdf)

April

May

  • Ulicny, G. & Temkin, A. & Vesmarovich, S. (1996). Telemedicine: does it have a place in rehab? p.19-20, 22. (258 K .pdf)
  • Tatum, L. (1996). Is It a Stroller or Is It a Wheelchair? p.25-27. (129 K .pdf)
  • Vander Schaaf, P. (1996). Cody Goes Mobile: the rehab team at Gillette faced many challenges in creating a wheelchair system for Cody... p.36-39. (2.8 M .pdf)

June

July

August

September

October

  • Furumasu, J. & Tefft, D. & Guerette, P. (1996). Readiness To Learn: Pediatric powered mobility. p.29-32, 34-36. (774 K .pdf)
  • Staff. (1996). Scooters Work For Therapists: Increased marketing in senior and progressive disability areas gives push to scooter market. p.61-62. (194 K .pdf)

November

December


1995

January

  • Bouman, J. (1995). In the Driver's Seat: A used van equipped with high-tech driving controls gives Teresa Weaver the independence she needs. p.16-18, 20. (323 K .pdf)
  • Lange, M.L. & McDonald, C. & Marcoux, J. (1995). A Custom Fit: Chris needed a seating system that managed his spasticity, to enable him to achieve his potential for switch access. p.22-24, 26. (323 K .pdf)
  • Pfaff, K. (1995). Ensuring Access: Gregg Vanderheiden is working to ensure that next-generation technology can be used by all generations of people with disabilities. p.30-31. (194 K .pdf)
  • Carlson, C. (1995). Understanding EMI: A look at electromagnetic interference-and what rehab professionals and consumers need to know about its effect. p.32-33. (65 K .pdf)

February

  • Pitts, M. (1995). Gray Matters: Working with geriatric patients offers particular challenges. p.14-17, 19. (387 K .pdf)
  • Tirado, R. (1995). The Long Road Back. p.20-21, 23-24. (194 K .pdf)
  • Pfaff, K. (1995). All-Inclusive: Judy Heumann is opening doors to make the world a more inclusive place. p.26-27. (387 K .pdf)
  • Hurst, T. & Charlton, K. (1995). Getting Fit: A well-rounded fitness program can add physical and emotional well-being to the lives of people with SCI. p.30-32. (581 K .pdf)

March

  • Tempio, S. (1995). Right At Home: Effective home accessibility recommendations require a comprehensive evaluation of the client. p.14-17. (194 K .pdf)
  • Pitts, M. (1995). Computer Savvy: Many therapists overlook a time- and money-saving device that could assist them in functioning more efficiently on the job: the computer. p.20, 22-24. (129 K .pdf)
  • Freney, D. & Denning-Goldner, K. & Peterson, M. (1995). The Stroller Option: A pediatric seating and mobility device must not only support the child using it, but fit the family's lifestyle. p.26-28, 30. (387 K .pdf)

April

  • Pitts, M. (1995). Lightweight Contenders: When it comes to versatility and function, lighweight wheelchairs beat out their heavy-weight opponents. p.16-17, 19. (194 K .pdf)
  • Pearson, L. (1995). Hands On: Used properly, splinting and casting techniques are an effective way to help neurologically involved patients. p.21-23, 27. (258 K .pdf)
  • Lynch, W. (1995). Great Adventures. p.24-26. (774 K .pdf)

May

  • Pfaff, K. (1995). Full Circle: RESNA president Cliff Brubaker has made significant contributions to the rehab field. p.14-15. (258 K .pdf)
  • Sax, C. (1995). Change Of Life: Demra Henderson went from a sheltered workshop to living - and loving - life on her own. p.16-18, 20. (194 K .pdf)
  • Bartholomew, E. & Deatherage, M. (1995). Making the Right Choice: Even with similar diagnoses, clients interested in ECUs have singular needs and goals that set them-and their equipment-apart. p.32-34, 36. (516 K .pdf)
  • Petty, L. & Laurence, S.S. (1995). Pediatric Power. p.41-42, 44. (129 K .pdf)

June

July

  • Angelico, M. (1995). Seeking Comfort: In addition to their pressure-relieving capabilities, power tilt and power recline provide comfort and freedom. p.14-16, 18. (323 K .pdf)
  • Ciocco, R.T. & Stumpo, K.M. & Rebuck, C.A. (1995). A Handy Solution: A myoelectric prosthesis proved a functional choice for 6-year-old Lucas Wexler. p.22-25. (516 K .pdf)
  • Kilgore, K. & Bryden, A. (1995). Heart in Hand: For Kathie Bates, regaining hand function meant reconnecting with her family. p.26-29, 40. (194 K .pdf)
  • Buck, D.V. & Weiss, W. (1995). Changing the System: A collaborative approach to systems change is often the best strategy. p.30-32. (129 K .pdf)

August

  • Segedy, A. (1995). Elevating the Elite: The success of Paralympic athletes is a reflection of the support they received during rehab. p.14-18, 55. (581 K .pdf)
  • Bhasin, C. (1995). Understanding MS: Determining the seating and wheeled mobility needs of clients with Multiple Sclerosis involves understanding... p. 20-23. (194 K .pdf)
  • Lynch, S.M. & Edwards, S.L. (1995). Meeting the Challenge. p.24-25, 27-28. (452 K .pdf)
  • Jones, D. (1995). Regaining Independence: An individualized assessment and wheelchair prescription helped nursing home resident Art Solum progress... p.44-45. (387 K .pdf)
  • Tressel, P. (1995). Driving Opportunities: New technology is opening the road for people with disabilities who want to drive to remain independent. p.51-53. (194 K .pdf)

September

  • Jones, D. (1995). Real Solutions. p.14-16. (387 K .pdf)
  • Parver, C. & Certner, C. (1995). A Bundle of Contradictions. p.18-20. (387 K .pdf)
  • King, T. (1995). Taking Control: Proper diagnoisis and treatment are the keys to contolling, not just managing, urinary incontinence. p.23-25. (258 K .pdf)
  • Lange, M.L. (1995). Aiming High: As someone with multiple disabilities, including low vision, Jeremiah has required a variety of assistive technology. p.26-27, 29-30. (258 K .pdf)

October

November

  • Nicolaysen, L. , Pfaff, K. , Nesterick, E. , Segedy, A. (1995). Managed Care: Keying in to the challenges. p.24-25, 28-30. (387 K .pdf)
  • Murphy, J. (1995). Finding a Voice. p.32-35. (581 K .pdf)
  • Ball, M. (1995). Proper Positioning: Experience helps a rehabilitation professional to accurately match client particluars with equipment parameters. p.36-38, 40-41. (387 K .pdf)
  • Mendelson, L. (1995). Family Planning: Having a physical disability doesn't change a person's expectations about starting a family, but it can complicate matters. p.48-50, 52. (194 K .pdf)
  • Ortega, G. (1995). A New Sensation: Amputees fitted with the Sense of Feel device can experience sensations generated by their artificial foot. p.54-57. (258 K .pdf)
  • Eagles, C. (1995). Setting Guidelines: New York State has developed Medicaid guidelines for seating, positioning and wheeled mobility devices. p.59-60, 62. (194 K .pdf)

December --- Buyer's guide; no articles.


1994

January

  • Baumgartner, L. (1994). Look Who's Talking Now: Early intervention and an innovative computer loan program helped Ryan develop his cognitive and physical skills. p.14-16, 18, 20. (452 K .pdf)
  • Whitman, S. & Brusnighan, D. (1994). Harvesting Independence: The Breaking New Ground Resource Center and the AgrAbility project are planting seeds of inspiration. p.22-23, 26-27. (581 K .pdf)
  • Paulson, C.L. (1994). Positioined for the Future: Jean needed a seating system that would address her present situation, and be flexiblie enough to adapt. p.29-32. (387 K .pdf)

February

March

  • Hough, S. & Kisseloff, L. (1994). Crossing Cultures. p.14-16, 18, 20. (194 K .pdf)
  • Pfaff, K. (1994). A Model of Accessibility: Sullivan Diagnostic Center's model apartment is proof that accessibility doesn't have to be expensive. p.22-23, 26. (968 K .pdf)
  • Morrison, A. (1994). Joining Forces: Team assessment, problem solving, simulation and trial periods were the keys to accommidating Mike. p. 28-29. (258 K .pdf)

April

  • Johann, C. (1994). Form and Function: In any seating evaluation, improving the client's functional ability should be the primary goal. p.14-16, 18. (516 K .pdf)
  • Perr, A. & Barnicle, K. (1994). Going Up? : Residential lifts enable people with limited mobility to travel up and down stairs within the home. p.21-23, 26-27. (516 K .pdf)
  • Mullick, A. (1994). Bathing Easy: There are a variety of accessible bath products designed to help people with disabilities. p.28-30. (387 K .pdf)

May

  • Johann, C. & Ryan, C. (1994). Taking the Next Step: Once his new seating system was in place, Robert's rehab team worked on his independence. p.13-14, 16. (387 K .pdf)
  • Chin, M. (1994). Consider the Alternatives: Alternative positioning can help improve a child's function at home and school. p.18-20. (258 K .pdf)
  • Peterson, W. & Ross, D. (1994). Working it Out...Reasonably. p.22-23, 26, 29. (194 K .pdf)
  • Pfaff, K. (1994). Sporting Wheels: With a little foresight, an everyday wheelchair can double as a sport chair. p.31-34. (129 K .pdf)

June

  • Sommerfreund, J. & Wighton, J. (1994). Reducing Risk: Seating should be an integral part of an early intervention program for high-risk infants. p.17-18, 20-21. (516 K .pdf)
  • Backer, G. (1994). Changing Needs: As a client's condition and goals change, so do his or her equipment needs. p.22-24, 26. (387 K .pdf)
  • Clark, M. & Coleman, L. (1994). Access to Inclusion: Computer adaptations improved Katie's academic skills and her efforts at inclusion. p.28-30, 32-33. (387 K .pdf)
  • Tressel, P. (1994). Emergency Options: Providing people who are disabled with access to independence also requires access to emergency response. p.34-37. (645 K .pdf)

July

  • O'Reilly, K. & Roshelli, T. (1994). Just Right: Brian's complex case required a variety of technology to increase his independence. p.14-17. (516 K .pdf)
  • Jaeger, R. (1994). Stimulating Steps: While FES remains a controversial alternative for SCI clients, researchers continue to study its potential. p.19-20, 22, 24. (452 K .pdf)
  • Forbes, J. & Parker, D. & Bellenbaum, K. (1994). Team Support: Treva's rehab team designed an orthotic solution to provide anterior support for her severely involved trunk. p.27-29. (452 K .pdf)
  • Ourand, P. (1994). Classroom Funding: There are a number of federal funding sources available to help get assistive technology into the classroom. p.31-32, 34, 36-37. (1.3 M .pdf)

August

September

  • Howell, B. (1994). Full Tilt: Zack needed a seating and mobility system that would provide appropriate positioning and pressure relief. p.24-25, 27-28. (452 K .pdf)

October

  • Ficocelli, M. (1994). Blueprints for Success: Done correctly, home modifications can be a change for the better. p.19-21. (516 K .pdf)
  • Askins, J. (1994). Prescription: Play : for people with spinal cord injuries, leisure activity can be an integral part of the rehabilitation process. p.23-24, 26. (516 K .pdf)
  • Cohen, L. & Cathers, L. (1994). Compromising Positions: Choosing Katie's scooter system involved making several compromises and proved a learning experience. p.28-31, 33. (323 K .pdf)
  • Pitts, M. (1994). The Right Charge: When choosing a battery for mobility purposes, the client's lifestyle dictates selection. p.39-41. (194 K .pdf)

November

  • Hardwick, K. & Stewart, S. (1994). Raising the Comfort Level: Daniel's severe involvement and numerous equipment needs required a creative, user-friendly seating solution. p.26-27, 29, 31. (387 K .pdf)
  • Waite, B. (1994). It's Never Too Late: For 44 years Robert received no rehab services. p.32-34, 36, 38. (323 K .pdf)
  • Ficocelli, M. (1994). Blueprints for Success: A look at the specific home modification issues surrounding the bathroom and kitchen. p.51-54. (452 K .pdf)

December --- Buyer's guide; no articles.


1993

January/February

  • Sprigle, S., Thacker, J., Conley, P., Shaw, G. (1993). Setting Standards: It's a slow process, but standards are being developed for structural van modifications. p.14-19. (387 K .pdf)
  • Morris, B. (1993). A Look at Minivans: Adapted minivans are becoming the vehicle of choice for wheelchair users who can't access a car, but want compact transportation. p.20-22. (258 K .pdf)
  • Toonstra, M. & Barnicle, K. (1993). Focus on Scooters: Scooters are becoming more popular with consumers because scooter options have become more diverse. p.24-26. (3.2 M .pdf)
  • Kanyer, B. (1993). Pauline's Tilt-In-Space Scooter. p.27-29. (258 K .pdf)

March/April

May

  • Greer, A. (1993). The Quest For Freedom. p.14-18. (452 K .pdf)
  • Pfaff, K. (1993). Uplifting Options: Patient lifts can prove a helpful tool in both home and institutional settings. p.39-44. (452 K .pdf)

June

  • Pfaff, K. (1993). Creature Comforts. p.18-20, 22, 24, 26. (710 K .pdf)
  • Sandstedt, K. (1993). A Home of Their Own: For disabled sisters Maggie and Weezie Lord, living in a fully accessible apartment is a dream come true. p.36-40, 42.  (1.0 M .pdf)
  • Perr, A. & Barnicle, K. (1993). Van Lifts: The ups and downs and ins and outs. p.49-53.  (323 K .pdf)

July/August

  • Pierce, P.L. & Kublin, K. (1993). Literacy Training: Expanding vocational potential through computers. p.13-14, 16-17. (258 K .pdf)
  • Pfaff, K. (1993). Town and Country: Children with physical disabilities who live in urban and rural settings each face a different set of environmental barriers. p.24-26, 28. (645 K .pdf)

September

  • Hunt, J.T. (1993). Standing Tall: Mark's need for a standing system was more than medically necessary. p.16-18, 20. (387 K .pdf)
  • Pfaff, K. (1993). Lightweight Standards: Here's a look at what the ANSI/RESNA wheelchair standards mean for rehab professionals. p.37-39. (129 K .pdf)

October

  • Channer, D.D. (1993). Personal Power: Loren enhanced her independence with the help of a PC-based communication and environmental control system. p.14-16, 45. (258 K .pdf)
  • Pfaff, K. (1993). Recline and Tilt: Making the Right Match. p.23, 26-27. (194 K .pdf)

November

  • Pfaff, K. (1993). Cultivating Quality. p.18-20, 22, 24-25, 72-73. (387 K .pdf)
  • Riley, K. & Levy, B. (1993). Getting It Right: Stewart's case presented his rehab team with some daunting positional challenges. p.34-35, 37, 40, 42-43. (581 K .pdf)

December --- Buyer's guide; no articles.


1992

January/February

March/April

  • Hough, S. & Lubetsky, M. & Taylor, K. (1992). 'Hello Richie!': Setting the stage for communication. p.16-17, 19. (581 K .pdf)
  • Fields, C.D. (1992). Groundwork: Casters. p.22-23, 33. (258 K .pdf)
  • Guerette, P. & Caves, K. & Gross, K. (1992). One Switch Does It All: Integrated controllers offer a streamlined approach to multiple device use. p.26-29. (194 K .pdf)
  • Leonard, R.B. (1992). To Fold or Not to Fold: As wheelchair options have expanded, the selection process has become more difficult. p.30-32. (258 K .pdf)

May

  • Langton, A. & Hughes, J.K. (1992). Back to Work. p.14-16, 18. (387 K .pdf)
  • Sprigle, S. (1992). The Match Game: Material characteristics of wheelchair cushions are as varied as the needs of wheelchair riders. p.20-21. (129 K .pdf)
  • Leonard, R.B. (1992). A Question of Power: There is no simple choice when looking at manual vs. powered mobility for some clients. p.22-23. (194 K .pdf)

June

  • Schutte, S. & Sandstedt, K. (1992). School Work. p.16-18, 20, 22. (903 K .pdf)
  • Fields, C.D. (1992). Living With Tilt-In-Space. p.25-27. (129 K .pdf)
  • Porto, P.P. & Lipka, D. (1992). Toy Power: Adapted power toys can provide mobility-impaired pre-schoolers with the experience of independent movement. p.35, 38-41. (323 K .pdf)

July/August

  • Stevens, J.H. (1992). Air Waves: For any physically disabled person needing emergency help, cellular phones can make a difference between being safe and sorry. p.26-28. (258 K .pdf)

September

October

November

December --- Buyer's guide; no articles.


1991

January/February

March/April

May/June

July/August

September/October

November/December


1990

June

September/October

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