This is the third in our series on Optimizing Therapies for those with DEEs that has been planned and executed with our partners at the CACNA1A Foundation.
This webinar will focus on the more severely affected children and how adaptive equipment and positioning can greatly impact their ability to function in daily routines. We will look at preventing ongoing deformities, how to get your equipment covered/funded and resources. We will also explore the importance of a strong Letter of Medical Necessity and a good DME (Durable Medical Equipment provider).
We will also explore strategies to build natural routines in the day that utilize positioning for participation and function in the school/home environment.
This session and the entire series will be led by Theresa Spong MED, PT, CBP who has decades of experience working with complex children and is a CACNA1A grandmother