Webinar: How to Choose a Right Wheelchair for your Loved one
People are not “confined” to their wheelchairs -- they are in fact liberated by their wheels.
A person with limited mobility or paralysis can get around as quickly in a wheelchair as anyone else can walk. Selecting the right wheelchair is important as it comes with different styles, functions and is important to ensure that the wheelchair is right as it can cause long-term problems such as posture problems, back pain, risk of sliding/fall combined with other complications.
Identifying the needs of those who require the wheelchair has many factors and the wheelchair offers accessibility to live a quality life for both, themselves as well their caregivers.
Benefits of attending this webinar
FREE wheelchair reference e-book
Tips & tools for wheelchair maintenance & care
Wheelchair Assessment from UMMC OT Specialists (*T&C apply)
Join us for this webinar to find out what you need to know before getting a suitable wheelchair for your loved ones.
When: Jan 22, 2022 03:00 PM Kuala Lumpur
Topic: How to Choose a Right Wheelchair for your Loved one
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3.00 Welcome Remarks from IELDER. Asia
3.05 Opening Session: Dr Kong Why Hong, Founder & Managing Director of AIM. Mobility in the Elderly.Common Issues and Challenges
3.20 Presentation by Puan Ruzina Baharuddin, President of Malaysian Occupational Therapy Association (MOTA) & Head Occupational Therapist, University Malaya Medical Centre (UMMC)
4.00 Case studies and sharing sessions
4.15 Q&A Session
The Malaysian Occupational Therapy Association (OT Malaysia) is a professional independent and non-political organisation. Interest in the formation of the association started in the late sixties which led to its inauguration on 20 March 1969 with members who were all trained overseas mostly from Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom and India. OT Malaysia become a full member of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT) in 1990.