Nashville, TN – National Seating & Mobility (NSM) recently announced it is reinforcing its NSM360 National Workers’ Compensation Program with the continued growth of a dedicated and specialized Workers’ Compensation service team. New leaders of the NSM team supporting the provision of mobility and accessibility services for injured workers and their families include Cynthia Petito as Program Manager, Workers’ Compensation & Centralized Access and Robert Davies as General Manager of Home Access Solutions/General Contractor.
“Our NSM360 National Workers’ Compensation Program exists to ensure a fully integrated solution to help NSM clients who are injured at work gain self-reliance and independence in their homes and communities,” said Brendan Swift, Vice President of the National Workers’ Compensation Program at NSM. “With the addition of these two industry veterans, our team is better positioned to enhance the services we provide the Workers’ Compensation industry.”
Petito brings 15 years of experience as an occupational therapist, including 13 years as a private practice owner with a specialization in neurorehabilitation, including brain and spinal cord injuries and other neurological diseases to NSM. A RESNA certified ATP with certifications as an Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS), and a Certified Environmental Accessibility Consultant (CEAC), she will lead NSM’s centralized service team based in Largo, Florida providing NSM’s 360-degree complete mobility and home and vehicle accessibility services to injured workers and clients throughout Florida and 47 states.
With more than 20 years as a home modification company owner and operator specializing in the workers’ compensation industry, Davies has extensive experience in project management, payer relations and home accessibility options. In this new role, he will oversee home modification projects and assist NSM’s access branches, working directly with payers to ensure injured workers receive the best solution for their needs.