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tor, agreed. She noted that a CPST has received the standardized training that is needed to determine when compartmentalization will work, and when it won’t be as effective, such as when students are seated incorrectly. “They are going to be plugged into the latest and best


practice guidelines and approaches,” said Donaldson, who is also the editor of Safe Ride News, a publication that provides information on choosing and using CSRS and wheelchairs. “They are going to be well-trained on identifying errors and mistakes that are risky. They are going to see very quickly what we are doing here or there that might not be the safest way to do something, and maybe we need to implement a few changes.” Donaldson noted that while having a CPST on staff is


Jennifer Curtis and Laura Curtis from Springfield, Missouri worked together on a car seat installation during the 2019 TSD Conference roadeo event in Frisco, Texas.


in every type of vehicle,” explained Shutrump, the su- pervisor of occupational therapy and physical therapy services at Trumbull County Educational Services Center in Niles, Ohio. Denise Donaldson, another CPST school bus instruc-


not required, it will help transportation staff with the dif- ficulties of correctly installing the child safety restraints. “There are lots of extra efforts [that are necessary] to using a child safety restraint system on a bus,” Donald- son noted. “It is ridiculously time-consuming, and in some cases it seems very difficult. Another thing that a CPST can do is make sure the best equipment is being used to accommodate the fastest and easiest way known to them. So, without cutting corners and making things unsafe, here are the things that we can do to make things go better.”


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