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Is It Covered?

Explaining what the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ decision about power seat elevation means for you In May 2023, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a decision regarding the coverage of power seat elevation systems for complex rehabilitation technology (CRT) users. We’re weighing in on the details of that decision, next…

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A Different Point of View

How a cancer diagnosis shaped NSM funding specialist, Shannon Stemm’s, perspective on life and work When Shannon Stemm, a National Seating & Mobility (NSM) funding specialist based in Parma, Ohio, found out she had cancer, it came as a shock.  “I went to the ER, thinking there was something wrong with my appendix,” Stemm recalls.…

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Making a Home Safe for Seniors

Did you know that 55% of all senior fall injuries happen inside their house?* As people age, they often lose some level of mobility, strength, vision and coordination. Unfortunately, this can cause their home to become a dangerous place to navigate. According to a 2020 report published by the University of Michigan 32% of seniors…

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Dedicated to Service

How NSM technician, Aaron Miller, strives to serve his clients whatever their mobility needs Aaron Miller, RRTS, has always enjoyed working with his hands. Tinkering, fixing broken things—it’s just part of who he is. The technician supervisor for National Seating & Mobility’s (NSM) Ft. Wayne and Indianapolis branches, Miller didn’t initially set out to work…

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How to Talk to Aging Loved Ones About Getting a Stair Lift

Talking to your aging loved ones about their mobility challenges can be difficult. After all, you’ve likely spent your whole life seeking advice from your older relatives — be they parents, aunts, uncles, or grandparents. Discussing the dangers of a loss of mobility can feel like an odd role reversal that not everyone is comfortable…

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Making a Place for Community

How a coffee shop in Cookeville, Tennessee, is striving to create community and inclusivity Michael England never really expected to open a coffee shop.  His career, Michael thought, would probably stay focused in the automotive industry. His dad had worked in the industry Michael’s entire life—and Michael had assumed he would, too. But a few…

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