Paper on Best-Practices for Special Needs

A new policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics provides best practices for ensuring safe transportation of medically fragile students on school buses. 

UPDATE — JUNE 8 — Also, in other news, the AAP board announced on May 24, the departure of Dr. Karen Remley, MD, MBA, MPH, FAAP as CEO/Executive VP, as her three-year contract has concluded. A national search is being launched to fill the position, the board noted.

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Experts Share Best Practices of Securing Wheelchairs

FRISCO, TEXAS — A student requires postural wheelchair supports for comfort and to keep airways open. These can include head supports, pelvic positioning belts, postural harnesses and torso alignment supports. But how does a student transporter ensure that student is safe in the school bus?

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Q'Straint: New Logo Signifies Wheelchair Securement Safety

 

 

Q’Straint, researcher and manufacturer of wheelchair passenger restraint products, rebrands and unveils their new company logo and mission statement that highlights their innovative efforts while acquiring a new facility in Fort Lauderdale beginning 2018. 

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