This study is a part of an ongoing effort to address the lack of rigorous, scientific evidence to inform the prescription of adaptive seating interventions for children with neurological disorders. The aim is to investigate one aspect of the seat - the cushion, at the same time as developing a battery of tests which are objective, easy to implement and reliable with which adaptive seating interventions can be measured.
McDonald, R., Sawatzky, B., & Franck, L. S. (2015). A comparison of flat and ramped, contoured cushions as adaptive seating interventions for children with neurological disorders. Health psychology and behavioral medicine, 3(1), 69 - 81. https://doi.org/10.1080/21642850.2014.981189