BlueSky Designs

Bluesky Designs showcases Mounting System at REHACARE 2015

The Mount'n Mover mounting system secures Dawn's laptop to her wheelchair.

BlueSky Designs, Inc. will feature the Mount’n Mover Mounting system at the 2015 REHACARE International Trade Fair and Forums, October 14 – 17, 2015, in Düsseldorf, Germany.

The Mount’n Mover patented system provides wheelchair mounting solutions to position, secure and quickly switch out a laptop, iPad, tablet, speech generating device, reading tray, camera, phone and more. It’s the only independently movable wheelchair mount available. Its unique design features custom lock positions and one handed operation. Floor stands, table mounts and accessories are also available.

"We are excited to increase our presence in the global market and team up with Humanelektronik GmbH, our new German reseller, to provide solutions that enable individuals with disabilities to live their life more independently," said Dianne Goodwin, President of BlueSky Designs. "Visitors to our stand will have the opportunity to gather information, see a product demonstration and get hands-on experience with our mount. We look forward to meeting everyone and being part of the most important trade fair worldwide for rehabilitation, preventions, inclusion and care."

About BlueSky Designs:
BlueSky Designs was founded in 1997 by Dianne Goodwin, a rehab engineer who has designed custom and commercial products for hundreds of people with disabilities since 1984.

The Mount’n Mover is the most accessible mounting system available that can be safely and independently moved by the user. It has been available since 2008, and has been sold in more than 20 countries.

Our goal is to provide flexible and customizable solutions to make it easier for persons with disabilities do what they want to do. For more information visit: www.mountnmover.com

About Humanelektronik:
Humanelektronik GmbH Adaptive and assistive Technologies, has specialized in products for people with physical disabilities since 1995. Their goal is to remove barriers in daily life in order to empower people with disabilities. For more information visit: http://humanelektronik.de/