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Throughout our history we have focused on providing you, the assistive technology professional with products and services that make your job easier.

We are offering our customers in North America and elsewhere continuing professional education. We will work with you to provide live, instructor led continuing education courses at your place of business, or virtually, via webinar, during a timeframe that works best for you and your team to make fulfilling your continuing education requirements easier.

All courses listed under "Our Courses", are approved for the noted amount of continuing education units by iNRRTS (interNational Registry of Rehabilitation Technology Suppliers).

"iNRRTSCE is certifying the educational contact hours of the program and by doing so is in no way endorsing any specific content, company, or product. The information presented in this program may represent only a sample of appropriate interventions. As an IACET Accredited Provider, The interNational Registry of Rehabilitation Technology Suppliers offers CEUs for its programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET Standard. Each course is approved for the noted amount of CEUs."

If you or your company are interested in hosting a course, select the "Host a Course" button.

New content is being developed, so check back often!

Virtual CEU Schedule
Jun
3
2024
2024 | 12PM (CST)
12PM (CST)
What Factors Really Affect the Efficiency of a Manual Wheelchair?
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Aug
5
2024
2024 | 12PM (CST)
12PM (CST)
How Do People Actually Use Their Manual Wheelchairs?
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Course Descriptions
How Do People Actually Use Their Manual Wheelchairs, and What Really Matters?
Part I of a 4 Part Series (We recommend taking the series in sequence, but it is not required)
Monday, August 5th, 2024 | 12:00 P.M. (CST)
Course Description / Course Objectives / Course Instruction Details+
The Wheel Story - The Impact of Wheels and Tires on Manual Wheelchair Propulsion Efficiency
Part II of a 4 Part Series (We recommend taking the series in sequence, but it is not required)
Upcoming Course Dates To Be Announced
Course Description / Course Objectives / Course Instruction Details+
Optimizing a Wheelchair: Using the Technology to Ensure Ongoing Success
Part III of a 4 Part Series (We recommend taking the series in sequence, but it is not required)
Upcoming Course Dates To Be Announced
Course Description / Course Objectives / Course Instruction Details+
Putting It All Together: Translating Evaluation Findings to Configure the Ultralightweight Manual Wheelchair
Part IV of a 4 Part Series (We recommend taking the series in sequence, but it is not required)
Upcoming Course Dates To Be Announced
Course Description / Course Objectives / Course Instruction Details+
What Factors Really Affect the Efficiency of a Manual Wheelchair?
(An overview from parts 1, 2, and 3 of the series above)
Monday, June 3rd, 2024 | 12:00 P.M. (CST)
Course Description / Course Objectives / Course Instruction Details+
Are Adjustable Wheelchair Cushions Better?
Upcoming Course Dates To Be Announced
Course Description / Course Objectives / Course Instruction Details+
Good Vibrations: Can Manual Wheelchair Design Principles Mitigate the Adverse Effects of Vibration?
Upcoming Course Dates To Be Announced
Course Description / Course Objectives / Course Instruction Details+
Wheelchair Cushion Science in a Nutshell: A Primer on the Science that Should be Driving Your Clinical Choices
Upcoming Course Dates To Be Announced
Course Description / Course Objectives / Course Instruction Details+
Tilting the Odds: Manual Tilt to Improve Rehabilitation Outcomes
Upcoming Course Dates To Be Announced
Course Description / Course Objectives / Course Instruction Details+
Transportation of Children with Special Health Care Needs - Current Guidelines, Standards and Adaptive Equipment Options
Upcoming Course Dates To Be Announced
Course Description / Course Objectives / Course Instruction Details+
Our Instructors
Curt Prewitt MS, PT, ATP

Curt Prewitt is Director of Education for Ki Mobility. He graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise and Fitness Kinesiology in 1992, and then earned his Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado in 1995. He practiced as a physical therapist in a number of settings for a few years, most prominently in long term care, where he gained experience with seating and wheeled mobility.

He transitioned from a practicing therapist to a manufacturer's representative, selling PT, OT and general rehab products, eventually moving into sales management and focusing on complex rehab technology. He has previously also served as a product trainer and product specialist, teaching product features and clinical application, as well as coordinating continuing education presentations, both credited and non-credited.

Deborah L. Pucci PT, MPT

Deborah L. Pucci, PT, MPT received her degree from Northwestern University in 1998. She has 20 years of clinical experience in neurologic rehabilitation, with specializations in wheelchair seating and mobility and acute spinal cord injury. She has held multiple positions at the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab since 1999 (formerly known as the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago), including senior therapist on the acute spinal cord injury unit, research study coordinator for the spinal cord injury model systems program, and wheelchair and seating clinical specialist. She has presented CEU courses and lectures domestically and internationally in both the areas of seating and mobility and acute rehabilitation for spinal cord injury. Currently, Miss Pucci works as a clinical educator for Ki Mobility and as the clinical specialist for the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab wheelchair and seating clinic.

Bill Randall (MSc. Kin) Clinical Mobility Product Specialist

Mr. Randall has a Master of Science in kinesiology and has amassed over 20 years of experience in the rehab industry in a variety of roles. He spent over 15 years as an ATP at Motion Specialties where he specialized in pediatrics and complex seating, helped to start NuVision Rehab Group, which today operates as Ki Mobility Canada, and spent 6 years in sales for Ki Mobility.

Currently Mr. Randall serves as the Ki Mobility Product Specialist, with a focus on all Ki Mobility wheelchairs. As a product specialist, he provides Ki Mobility sales reps with onboard product training and continuing education and collaborates with the Ki Mobility clinical education team to present the product portion of enhanced educational offerings, which include both clinical and product-based content.

Amanda Storey MOT, OTR/L, MBCT

Amanda Storey completed her Bachelor's in health science and her Master's in Occupational Therapy from the University of Missouri - Columbia in 2017. As a clinical OT, she has provided services across the care continuum for adult rehab. She was introduced to seating and mobility while working in the VA Palo Alto healthcare system and was the sole seating therapist at the Monterey clinic.

Amanda joined the Ki Mobility team in August 2021 and is currently the clinical seating product specialist for Etac North America. Amanda has also served as a faculty assistant at a southern California university where she taught the assistive technology and psychosocial OT classes for the master's and doctorate occupational therapy students.

Lauren A. O'Rourke PT, DPT, ATP, CPST

Lauren A. O'Rourke is a Clinical Product Specialist for ETAC North America. She has a BS in Exercise Science and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Saint Louis University.

She practiced as a pediatric physical therapist for 10 years in Chicago children's hospital settings working with inpatients, outpatients, and rehabilitation patients. Her passion for seating and mobility began shortly after starting her clinical career and she gained experience in seating and mobility clinics. During her ongoing work in seating clinics, she earned her Assistive Technology Professional (ATP) certification. Lauren transitioned from a practicing therapist to Clinical Product Specialist with Ki Mobility/ETAC, where she supports the company sales associates by providing in-services to clinicians on clinical benefits and increased functional outcomes. She is currently focusing on educating sales associates and customers on the clinical application and benefits of the wide range of products from ETAC North America for the pediatric population.

Devon Doebele PTA

Devon Doebele, PTA, represented several esteemed brands, including Ki Mobility. Beyond his professional commitments, Devon finds fulfillment in mobile application development and rejuvenating properties in need. With a dual passion for complex rehab technology and hands-on projects, Devon brings a diverse skill set and a fresh perspective to his role.

Host a Course

Thank you for your interest in hosting a continuing education course. Once you provide the following information, your local Ki Mobility representative will contact you to discuss specifics, and work to schedule your course with our instructors.

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