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How To Choose the Right Powerchair For You

A Powered Wheelchair may be suitable for you if:

  • You need to use it all the time including around the home
  • You need to be hoisted into your vehicle
  • You may damage your shoulders and arms by using a handle bar style control unit.

Or if you require any of the following:

  • Dual controls ( where someone else is required to help control your powered wheel chair
  • Any form of leg rest or support
  • Joystick style controls

Normally, you will find a powered wheelchair is more specialised than a scooter as it can be adapted to an individual’s needs.

If you want a powered wheelchair please fill out your details below and we can arrange for a specially trained member of staff to attend to you and provide the right range of chairs for you to try out.

 

Powerchairs are generally split into the following categories:

 

STANDARD

These have seats and controls. They can be folded to go into a car.

Standard Powerchairs

STANDARD PLUS

These have a standard design but some adaptions fitted.

Standard Plus Powerchsirs

CUSTOM BUILT

Specially made for your needs by a specialist power chair manufacturers

Custom built Powerchairs

We can supply and install powerchairs to meet your needs. Please complete the following form for your free assessment

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