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Manual Wheelchair Propulsion

Manual Wheelchair Propulsion

2020-11-12

Before a wheelchair user starts using a manual wheelchair, these key points of rear wheel position should be considered. It is essential for wheelchairs to be set up correctly and for wheelchair users to learn proper propulsion techniques. This makes manual propulsion easy - and minimizes the risk of injury.

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Power Wheelchair Seat Frame Comparison

Power Wheelchair Seat Frame Comparison

2020-10-19

After considering the importance of drive wheel position, often the next step in this process is deciding which seat frame will best meet the client's needs both today and down the road. As we expect power wheelchairs to suit the client for multiple years, it is important to have adaptability and adjustability in the seat frame.

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Comparing Ultra Lightweight Wheelchair Frames

Comparing Ultra Lightweight Wheelchair Frames

2020-08-31

There are difference choices possible in ultra lightweight wheelchair frames – from those that fold with a cross-brace to those that are fully rigid. It is important to understand the similarities and differences in the wheelchair frames so that the initial choice of wheelchair frame type is optimal for individual clients.

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Seating and Mobility Evaluation Form

Seating and Mobility Evaluation Form

2020-08-12

In order to recommend the most appropriate seating and wheeled mobility equipment for a client, it is essential that a thorough evaluation takes place. The Education in Motion Seating & Mobility Evaluation form is intended to serve as an example and guide as to what to include when evaluating a client for seating and wheeled mobility equipment.

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Power Wheelchair Drive Wheel Position

Power Wheelchair Drive Wheel Position

2020-07-24

One of the most important factors to consider when choosing a power wheelchair is the drive wheel position. This decision will impact the chair's performance over obstacles, on hills, at higher speeds, and on uneven terrain. It will also affect access into smaller spaces.

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