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In brief: Pride Mobility goes all in, four sleep companies merge


EXETER, Pa. – Pride Mobility Products has begun manufacturing its lift chairs in a wholly owned, vertically integrated manufacturing plant in Pontotoc, Miss.

Pride’s lift chairs are manufactured from start to finish at the plant, called Pride Mississippi.

Convaid gives again


TORRANCE, Calif. – Convaid and R82 will participate in the United Cerebral Palsy of Oregon and Southwestern Washington 17th Semi-Annual Family Support Conference on Cerebral Palsy & Developmental Disabilities.

Q&A: Rimassa 'steps up' for cause


In honor of United Cerebral Palsy’s STEPtember contest, Milena Rimassa, marketing communications manager at Convaid, has committed to walking 10,000 steps a day to raise $2,500 for those living with disabilities.

Convaid partners with UCP to raise awareness


TORRENCE, Calif. – Convaid is offering Convaid and R82 dealers who participate in United Cerebral Palsy’s STEPtember contest a chance to win $1,000 in product credit. Participants are being asked to walk, run, and bike a total of 10,000 steps per day.

Convaid, R82 combine brands


TORRANCE, Calif. – Convaid and R82 have taken another step to integrate their pediatric businesses. The companies have combined their brands under a new toll-free phone number: 844-US MOBILITY.

Good works


Aeroflow Healthcare recently made a donation to help a local elementary school build a playground that is accessible for children at all levels of mobility.

Convaid supports SMA events


TORRANCE, Calif. ­– The Pediatric Group of Etac NA will attend the Cure SMA National Conference, June 16-19 in Anaheim, Calif., as a platinum exhibitor and will donate a Convaid Trekker to kick off the event.

Convaid, R82 combine sales efforts


TORRANCE, Calif. – The sales and marketing teams at Convaid and R82 have been combined, Chris Braun, president of Etac North America, announced in a recent letter to partners.

In brief: Round 2 cuts add up, CGS readies transition


WASHINGTON - Reimbursement rates will decrease, on average, 7.1% when the Round 2 re-compete kicks off July 1, according to an analysis from AAHomecare.

Convaid ramps up donations


TORRANCE, Calif. – Convaid has expanded its collaboration with United Cerebral Palsy. The company has committed to “a schedule of planned giving” to the organization, with its first donation scheduled for the UCP National Conference, April 4-6.