The Montana Postural Care Project

Over 3 years of working directly with families, caregivers and individuals across the state of Montana, we have seen exciting results for many individuals of all ages who participated in the pilot project.

What can 24 hour posture care management do?

It can protect the shape of a person’s body, help balance muscle tone, reduce pain, ease physical care, improve sitting posture and tolerance, and help people sleep better.  There are very strong connections between a person’s posture during the day and at night – if you know what to look for. 24 hour postural care management is a gentle, non-invasive, inexpensive way to promote health and quality of life for people with motor impairments.  Read more background »

This project was  funded (in part) under a contract with the Montana Council on Developmental Disabilities. The representations, if any, contained herein do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Council.