Welcome to the Clinician Task Force

The nation's most experienced and respected seating and mobility clinicians working to improve access for consumers with disabilities and medical conditions who require seating, mobility, and other specialized equipment (Complex Rehab Technology).

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Why support the CTF?

The Clinician Task Force (CTF) provides the voice of the clinical community in order to make a positive difference in ensuring appropriate access to assistive technology. There is clearly a need for experienced clinicians in the field of wheeled mobility and seating to share their knowledge and experience regarding Complex Rehabilitation Technology (CRT) and the CTF is that forum.

Are you interested in starting a seating clinic or providing seating and wheeled mobility service in your practice setting? If so, correct coding and documentation for therapy reimbursement is critical to understand. Check out the on-demand webinar "Therapy Billing Codes for Wheelchair Seating and Mobility Services" http://www.nrrts.org/teleseminars-1/on-demand-webinars-1

Why is it so hard for me to get the wheelchair I need?

A video for full time wheelchair users on how to improve your access to get the wheelchairs you need!

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A Message from Laura Cohen Co-founder and former Executive Director

As co-founder and former Executive Director I am most proud of the reputation the CTF has earned for our work with CRT and seating and wheeled mobility stakeholders. Our group was formed in 2004, the only clinical group dedicated exclusively to issues surrounding CRT access. The CTF filled an urgent need for rapid action and substantive clinical guidance to numerous legislative and policy issues impacting users of CRT technologies and related services. We never anticipated that our group would still be needed more than 14 years later. Over the years we have earned a reputation that recognizes our front line boots on the ground expertise. We continue to be sought for our deep understanding of complex DME and CRT policy issues, first hand current information and examples of policy consequences, and recommendations to solve root cause barriers to appropriate access and responsible utilization.