APT: SPEX Forum Adelaide
This seminar provides valuable information to participants with all levels of experience involved in the assessment, prescription and reimbursement processes of seating and positioning.
Duration: 9:30 AM to 2:30 PM (ACDT)
This seminar provides valuable information to participants with all levels of experience involved in the assessment, prescription and reimbursement processes of seating and positioning. It`s a fun and interactive workshop that will engage the participant with the objective of
- promoting optimal positioning, function, ease of use and overall faster results when performing and prescribing seating for persons in wheelchairs
- empowering the participant to learn ways of solving clients’ needs
- hands-on interactional product sessions that provide strategies to create successful clinical outcomes for complex asymmetrical positioning needs
- Forum Program:
- Maintaining a stable pelvic foundation/reducing pressure in seating
- Practical and interactive hands-on training sessions with products
- Introduction to the capabilities and benefits of SPEX Seating – be inspired by client examples
- Facilitating complex seating solutions in minimal time & effort
- Reducing time and stress, and ways of being more efficient and skilled through the solution process
- Sustainability through reduction of therapist time and increase of reissuable solutions
Business Development Manager and Seating Trainer at Medifab
Bruce is a trained product specialist and consultant for Medifab Ltd with extensive experience in business operations providing solutions for the healthcare industry. He has performed in the seating and positioning sector and worked with Occupational and Physiotherapists in solving complex wheelchair seating for often highly asymmetric wheelchair users. He has completed over 90 public speaking forum presentations. Particular areas of expertise are paediatric/adult patient positioning, adaptive wheelchair seating systems, and equipment solutions for those who are physically challenged.