TOPIC: R82 x: panda – Product Overview

DATE: Tuesday, December 15, 2020

TIME: 03:00 PM – 04-00 PM EST Convert to your time zone 

Available in four sizes, the R82 x: panda is a highly adaptable modular seating system that can be configured to meet a range of postural requirements and to accommodate growth. The back is dynamic, making it possible for the child to extend and push back against relatively light resistance and then regain the desired sitting position. We have reimagined the seat so users, families, and specialists can enjoy the evolutionary features by improving the perfection of the seat with new armrests, fixed wedges, markings, cushions, and covers. Join us to learn about these well-known features as well as the latest updates!

Learners will be able to:

  1. Identify and describe the new features of the armrests, cushions, covers, fixed wedges, and markings
  2. Make adjustments for positioning and growth
  3. Choose gas strut configuration for dynamic back
  4. Take measurements and clean/maintain product

 

Presenter:

Curtis Philyaw ATP, CPST

Product Manager, Etac – US

Curtis has years of experience as an Assistive Technology Professional and Child Passenger Safety Technician providing pediatric seating, standing, gait training, hygiene equipment as well as home and vehicle modifications through various durable medical equipment companies.  He worked for many years as a Sales Territory Manager for Convaid R82.  Due to his passion, creativity, and extensive insight in the assistive technology industry, Curtis was promoted to Product Manager for Etac in 2018. In his new role, he enjoys conducting market research, product development, and product introduction.  His favorite aspect of this position is maintaining close relationships with the children, families, and clinicians using complex rehabilitation equipment through field validations and post-market feedback and analysis.  Curtis is also a talented educator and creative marketing strategist.

This webinar is based on product information and not available for continuing education credits.