Have you ever driven your vehicle and felt like you had to correct the steering to continue to go in the direction you intended? Most likely, the answer is yes. This may have occurred if you drove over a bumpy dirt road or other rough terrain. It may have occurred if two wheels were on one surface, such as a road, and the other two wheels were on another surface, such as a soft shoulder, or when there was a transition between two surfaces. Drivers of power wheelchairs also may experience circumstances when correction of the steering is required. This month, Clinical Corner will focus on technical solutions to address steer correction in power mobility.
Handout Webinar Seating and Mobility Considerations Bariatric 2017
Handout Wheelchair Sports Webinar
Handout Tilt Recline Elevating Leg Supports Webinar 2017
Biometric Repositioning What is it and what is the evidence 2017
All about Specialty Controls Webinar
Handout - Transit Standards for Seating WCs and WC Tiedowns
Bariatric Measurement Chart