Mount'n Mover is an ideal solution for children and adults with ALS, CP, MD, MS, Retts, SCI, Strokes, TBI and other similar conditions.
For Therapists: Choosing the Right Wheelchair Mount
Find the Right Wheelchair Mount for Your Client
Wheelchair mounting systems can optimize access.
Finding the right support can positively impact a client’s functional independence, well-being and quality of life.
This page serves as a toolbox for you to choose, order and set up the right mount.
Questions About Our Wheelchair Mounts?
We're here to help. Call us at (888) 724-7002.
Or, read our Questions & Answers below.
Wheelchair Mounting Resources
- The Mount Mentor Eval Sheet
- Order Sheet
- CTG 2019 Nuts and Bolts
Sample Letter of Necessity Quick Guide Original Silver Model (installation) Quick Guide Black Model (installation) How does the Mount'n Mover differ from other mounts? Auto-Reposition Mount for RESNA 2018
- CTG Solutions Mounting for Simple to Complex Needs Oct 2018
- Power Point Mounting Solutions
- EVAL KIT INSTRUCTION BOOKLET
Considerations When Choosing a Wheelchair Mount
Considerations when choosing between a locking and non-locking mount.pdf Considerations When Choosing a Mount (poster) Considerations When Choosing a Mount (text) Optimizing Positioning for Eye Gaze Product Specifications and Comparison Chart
- Power Point Mounting Solutions
Meet a Few of our Vets and Read their Stories
- How-To Videos
- Video-Sophia Doebbert and her Mount'n Mover
- Video-Rick Cardenas and his Mount'n Mover
- Video-Gae Skager and her Mount'n Mover
Rationale & Justification Sole Source letter
- GoFundMe.com (Check out Kevin's Gofundme Page to see a different approach to funding a Mount'n Mover)
Nuts and Bolts of Wheelchair Mounting
Ann Hoffman, M.S. CCC-SLP and Linda Lorentzen OTR/L both of The ALS Association
- Blog: Mulling Over the Mount n’ Mover, Part 1
- Blog: Mulling Over the Mount n’ Mover, Part 2
Other Wheelchair Mounting Resources
- Access & Positioning: Michelle Lange
- Mobility Map
- AT Funding
- BlueSky Designs YouTube Channel
- Michigan Assistive Technology Program Blog
Questions & Answers
Q: Does your client have limited dexterity?
A: Mount'n Mover's multiple directions of freedom of positioning helps with eating, writing and communicating.
Q: Does your client use Eye-Gaze?
A: Mount'n Mover's precise positioning and programing allow for easily precise, repeatable positioning.
Q: Do many people help your client and need to operate the device?
A: Caretakers and family members like the ease of repositioning devices with tool free adjustments.
Q: Is your client very active and/or social?
A: Mount'n Mover's versatile tool-less positioning allows users to stow their device at their fingertips while out of the way of driving-line-of-site, tables at a restaurant or door frames while driving.
Q: Does your client use multiple devices?
A: The Quick Release mechanism allows quick and easy change-out of multiple devices such as a speech device, laptop, or reading tray.
Q: Do you want to secure one device for multiple people to access?
A: A simple Table Clamp allows for secure positioning and easy height adjustment to quickly bring the device to each individual.
Q: Is your client alone a lot or wish to be as independent as possible?
A: The Mount'n Mover system can be moved independently using just over a pound of pressure, no tools required.