Guidelines for assistive devices for problems in mobility

1) New York State Medicaid Wheeled Mobility Equipment, Seating and positioning component Guidelines, Revised 2008,

2) Dolan M, J, Clinical standards for National Health Service wheelchair and seating services in Scotland, Disabil Rehabil Assist Technol. 2013 Sep;8(5):363-72,

3) NHS Scotland Wheelchair and Seating Services Clinical Standards Consultation, NHS Scotland, 6.12.2010,

4) GATE – EASTIN Milano meeting, April 2015

5) Moses Karel, Vašíčková Lia, Faltýnková Zdeňka, Prouzová Pavlína, Concept of methodology for presription of wheelchairs, wheelchairs accessories, anti-decubitus seats (pressure relieve seats) from the position Evidence Based Medicine - Koncept metodiky pro preskripci vozíků a příslušenství vozíků včetně antidekubitních sedáků z pohledu medicíny založené na důkazech, XXIV. konference rehabilitační, fyzikální a balneo medicíny Jáchymov, 6.2. – 7. 2. 2015,; second presentation: Setkání spinálních jednotek a spinálních rehabilitačních jednotek, Harrachov, 23. – 24.4.2015





10) WHO Guidelines on the provision of manual wheelchairs in less-resourced settings, 2008, on

11) Wheelchair Provision for Children and Adults with Neuromuscular Conditions in British Columbia, 2014, on

12) Supporting people with multiple sclerosis, who have limited mobility or are full-time wheelchair users, to remain physically active with the use of Oswestry standing frames, NICE, 2016

13) Stockton L, Kryzstof S, Gebhardt KS, Clark M, Seating and pressure ulcers: Clinical practice guideline, Journal of Tissue Viability, Elsevier, 2009