Quantum Rehab Partners with Reeve Foundation to Create Educational Content
The collaboration will produce content focused on how mobility products can improve quality of life for end users.
- By Haley Samsel
- Oct 16, 2019
In an effort to shine light on how mobility products can change lives, Quantum Rehab is partnering with the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation to create co-branded educational resources.
The content will be posted on multiple platforms, including blogs, social media and articles for the foundation’s website. Quantum and the Reeve Foundation plan to showcase how mobility systems and wheelchairs can increase independence and improve overall quality of life for people living with paralysis or other mobility challenges.
“Quantum shares the Foundation’s dedication to improving quality of life for individuals living with paralysis providing mobility products, information and advocacy specific toward the needs of those with mobility challenges,” said Megan Kutch, the director of marketing for Quantum.
Aimee Hunnewell, the chief development officer for the Reeve Foundation, said the organization was proud to partner with corporations who understand the needs of the paralysis community. The foundation funds research focused on cures for spinal cord injury in addition to assisting people who live with paralysis.
“Finding the right wheelchair is critically important to the well-being and independence of individuals living with paralysis,” Hunnewell said. “We are excited to collaborate with Quantum Rehab to help educate and empower our community with information that will benefit their overall quality of life.”
Haley Samsel is the Associate Content Editor of HME Business and Mobility Management.