Steve Henry is talking about a subject that influences catastrophically injured people and has a direct impact on the work of life care planners and legal nurse consultants
Steve has vast experience in home care, durable medical equipment, adaptive feeding, and complex rehab technology. That technology seems to be changing and improving all the time. He focuses on mobility-related injury prevention with catastrophic cases.
Listen in as Pat Iyer and Steve Henry chat about these points
- What is an ATP/SMS or Certified Mobility Consultant?
- Why should we include an ATP/SMS in the Life Care Planner’s team?
- What are consequences of not considering the mobility component of a client’s case?
- How do we find a qualified mobility specialist? Also are they all the same?
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Steve has vast experience in Homecare, DME, Adaptive Seating and Complex Rehab Technology. He now focuses on mobility-related injury prevention with Catastrophic cases.