The effect of flat vs. contoured seat cushions on movement, stability and function for children with neuromuscular conditions

Rachael McDonald, Andrew Richardson, Ainslie Louise Jackel

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAssistive Technology: Creating Value Through Participation
EditorsDavid Hobbs
Place of PublicationAustralia
PublisherAustralian Rehabilitation & Assistive Technology Association
Pages1 - 10
Number of pages10
VolumeOnline
ISBN (Print)978-0-646-50073-7
Publication statusPublished - 2008
EventNational Conference of the Australian Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Association (ARATA) - Adelaide, Australia, Australia
Duration: 21 Sep 200824 Sep 2008

Conference

ConferenceNational Conference of the Australian Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Association (ARATA)
CityAustralia
Period21/09/0824/09/08

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McDonald, R., Richardson, A., & Jackel, A. L. (2008). The effect of flat vs. contoured seat cushions on movement, stability and function for children with neuromuscular conditions. In D. Hobbs (Ed.), Assistive Technology: Creating Value Through Participation (Vol. Online, pp. 1 - 10). Australia: Australian Rehabilitation & Assistive Technology Association.
McDonald, Rachael ; Richardson, Andrew ; Jackel, Ainslie Louise. / The effect of flat vs. contoured seat cushions on movement, stability and function for children with neuromuscular conditions. Assistive Technology: Creating Value Through Participation. editor / David Hobbs. Vol. Online Australia : Australian Rehabilitation & Assistive Technology Association, 2008. pp. 1 - 10
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The effect of flat vs. contoured seat cushions on movement, stability and function for children with neuromuscular conditions. / McDonald, Rachael; Richardson, Andrew; Jackel, Ainslie Louise.

Assistive Technology: Creating Value Through Participation. ed. / David Hobbs. Vol. Online Australia : Australian Rehabilitation & Assistive Technology Association, 2008. p. 1 - 10.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference PaperResearchpeer-review

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McDonald R, Richardson A, Jackel AL. The effect of flat vs. contoured seat cushions on movement, stability and function for children with neuromuscular conditions. In Hobbs D, editor, Assistive Technology: Creating Value Through Participation. Vol. Online. Australia: Australian Rehabilitation & Assistive Technology Association. 2008. p. 1 - 10