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SSE OPEN RESOURCE SERIES – ASSESSMENT

Welcome to the first in a series of open resource tools, information, and “how to” videos – designed to support your work with children with disabilities!

SEATING TOOLS: Assessment of a client

Seating Tools: Assessment of a client is made available to assist you to correctly assess the needs of clients for mobility and positioning devices.

A therapist is measuring a child's body

Look through the various resources mentioned below, click on the resource image below to download a PDF, or be directed to our YouTube channel for more information

ASSESSMENT VIDEO

A practical demonstration of assessing a client for a mobility or posture support device.

ASSESSMENT FORM

Updated form coming soon!

MEASURING A CLIENT

Accurate measurements are crucial in ensuring appropriate and correct device prescription. Follow this guide for step by step support and advice.

MEASUREMENT SHEET

This form was developed by Shonaquip & DARE consult. It is thorough and easy to use.

CLIENT CONSENT FORM TEMPLATE

Make sure your organisation or practice has a well-constructed Consent Form that protects the rights and dignity of the client, their family and yourself – never take photos without consent

TAKING CLINICAL PHOTOS

Clinical Photos are critical to the assessment, prescription and manufacturing process – use our Clinical photo guide to make sure your photos are an asset to your work!

SPEC SHEETS (Shonaquip)

Each Shonaquip device has a Spec Sheet that ensures an efficient ordering and production process. Get in touch and our team will email the needed spec sheets directly to you.

HOW TO FILL IN A SPEC SHEET

Coming Soon! In the meanwhile, check out our range of online trainings here 

FITTING VIDEO

A practical demonstration of the tools needed and process followed when fitting a client into a prescribed wheelchair.

 

 

 

NOTE: Any assessment process must be carried out with supervision from a qualified therapist or seating practitioner – Shonaquip Social Enterprise (SSE) cannot take responsibility for the quality of work carried out using this guide or any of its accompanying resources.

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