Our COVID-19 Response & Important Shipping Delays

WEATHER ALERT! UPDATE 4/20: Unfortunately, our business continues to not have power. Our County was hit hard by the snowstorm and several power substations are still not operational. Please email info@adaptivemall.com with any questions or concerns and we will answer you as soon as we are able. We do have a few a staff that work remotely and will do their best to answer questions as they can! Thank you for your continued patience! 

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Due to an accounting system upgrade, we will suspend order processing beginning Friday, August 27 at 4:00pm EST.  We will resume normal order processing on Wednesday, September 1.  Orders placed online during this time will be processed in the order they are received. Note: Live Chat, phone calls and emails will not be answered from 5:00pm EST on Friday August 27th until 8:30am EST on Wednesday, September 1st. 

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Understanding Head Control

The head is a critical component of the human body. Not only does it house the brain, but it is the "gateway" for many other functions. Often we set a goal for independent head control, but what does that really mean? Independent head control means that an individual has the ability to voluntarily move their head to communicate, breathe and eat all on their own. The head needs to be "upright" (or in line with the spine) to help keep the airway open for breathing and the throat open for eating. In addition, having the ability to turn the head side to side or move it up and down allows for interaction with the surrounding environment. The movements of the head also provide the opportunity for social communication with eyes, through words or facial expressions.

Understanding Head Control

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