Comfortable seating systems afford the greatest possible support and mobility
Safe support while standing increases both physical and mental well-being
Robust and light walking aids increase mobility
Safe and comfortable solutions for the transport of disabled children
Mobile toilet and bath chairs provide helpers with the best working conditions
The right accessories are important in obtaining the correct position
PMG Conference 2018, 23rd-25th July 2018, Stand 29, Manchester Central, Petersfield, Manchester. M2 3GX.
We are a UK-leading specialist in Scandinavian-inspired assistive equipment for adults and children living with disabilities. As first choice for many professionals, healthcare providers and end users, Etac R82 supplies the quality and trusted Etac, R82, Molift, Immedia, Convaid and Star Cushion brands. As part of our continued educational initiatives, we will be presenting our Star range within the PMG conference so professionals can understand clearly why this range of pressure management cushions are so effective.
Providing air cell cushions to reduce the risk of pressure injury
Jo McConnell, Occupational Therapist and Etac R82 Clinical ManagerExchange Auditorium. 24th July, 11:20 – 11:55am, slot 2.
Star Galaxy Cushion demonstration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_WffyRCPpw
In terms of assistive adults products, stand 29 will showcase the following:
For the disabled paediatric market, R82 products from Etac will include:
FREE PRIZE DRAW! All attendees who experience the stability of the Star Cushions will have the opportunity to win a case of wine.
Jo McConnell, OTJo is a highly qualified OT with over 25 year’s of experience. She has worked in paediatrics and posture and mobility teams for the NHS, held the position of Senior Mobility Therapist for the Whizz Kidz charity and was Mobility Business Manager and Clinical Lead for a major assistive product manufacturer. She has outstanding knowledge regarding complex posture and mobility issues within paediatrics. Jo has been a PMG committee member since 2007 and was Conference Chair for four years. From an academic point of view she has also lectured at Coventry and Bristol universities.