RESNA announces board members, seating course
ARLINGTON, Va. – Incoming RESNA President Ray Grott has nominated five new members to the association’s board: Patricia Bahr, of St. Paul, Minn.-based Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare, treasurer; Meghan Donahue, of Menomonie, Wis.-based Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Institute, board member; Patricia Karg, of the University of Pittsburgh, board member; Jamie Arasz Prioli, of the Pennsylvania Initiative on Assistive Technology, board member ; and Maria Luisa Toro Hernandez, of the University of Pittsburgh, board member. They join newly-elected board members Roger Smith, president-elect; Maureen Linden, secretary; Barbara Crane, board member; Rajesh Pagadala, board member; and Julie Piriano, board member. In separate news, RESNA will offer its “Advanced Seating & Mobility” workshop in conjunction with Medtrade, to be at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Ga. In the Oct. 23-24 course, Instructor Michelle Lange will address advanced seating issues and power wheelchairs, and attendees will receive a complimentary Medtrade Expo pass with registration.