By participating in, health care specialists will find out more about the result of heat and wetness in customers with complex seating requirements, and how WheelAir can assist address a few of these problems.
WheelAir, developers of the innovative cooling backrest cushion for wheelchair users, is presenting a free webinar for health care experts in coordination with LC Seating, makers of tailor-made seating options for wheelchair users, on heat and moisture in seating.
Entitled Heat and Moisture in Seating, the two-hour webinar takes place on 15th June from 1pm to 3pm. The session will be presented by WheelAirs Corien Staels and Nienke Conijn.
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The session will then check out how to clinically evaluate clients and how to justify the choice to install WheelAir.
The webinar is complimentary to attend and interested individuals can sign up here.
The business has actually now created tools to clinically evaluate a customers heat and wetness risk, and offered the evidence to justify the purchase choice.
In the two-hour webinar, Corien and Nienke will use an intro to the origin of WheelAir. This will be followed by an introduction of conditions most known to have heat and moisture concerns; the influence of outdoors temperature level and relative humidity on conditions; and acknowledging non-verbal signs in customers who are experiencing heat and wetness problems.
To conclude the presentation, the webinar will take a look at how WheelAir items can be incorporated in custom-made seating, how LC Seating is doing this, followed by some case research studies.
Last month, WheelAir announced a new line of products intended to keep users cool and in control in their chairs ahead of summer. The WAgo and WAcare lines are aimed specifically at wetness, heat and humidity control amongst wheelchair users and providing a more tailored service for customers.
Heat and moisture are popular threat aspects for those dealing with complex seating needs. WheelAir has actually invested the past five years investigating this topic to much better understand how to recognise symptoms.
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