1. an act of changing physical location or position or of having this changed.
2. a change or development.
Our desire is to make your changes and developments… EASIER
Where can I donate an electric wheelchair? If you’ve recently upgraded your ride and you don’t know what to do with your old electric wheelchair, you may have considered donating it so someone else who needs one but may not have the means, can get one. If that’s the direction your line of thinking has
Do you have a serious mobility issue? Have you been considering investing in a wheelchair to help you counter it and make getting around easier? If you answered yes to those questions, one of the first questions that tends to arise from that line of thinking is, ‘how wide is a standard wheelchair?’ It’s a
If you have a mobility issue serious enough to prompt you to buy a wheelchair, that’s only the first step. Depending on where you live or how you plan to use your new chair, you’ll also need one or more ramps to make your home and your vehicle accessible. If you’ve been scratching your head
If you’ve recently acquired a powered wheelchair, one of the big things you’ll need to know to get the most out of your new chair is exactly how to charge the batteries. Every electric wheelchair on the market today uses deep cycle batteries, and if you don’t charge them properly, you’ll wear them out much
RIGID FRAME: A non-folding wheelchair. BOX FRAME: The traditional, square, cube-like, wheelchair frames like we see on QUICKIE’S GPV. They can be rigid or folding frame types, and allow for infinite adjustability and ultimate adaptability on everyday sportschairs. OVER-THE-AXLE FRAMES: The newer frame style for sportschairs that feature a smaller frame, which tapers from the
When Was the Wheelchair Invented If you’re like us, not only are you intrigued by wheelchairs, but you’re also intrigued by the history of wheelchairs, especially the parts that no one else knows. 4000 B.C. – The chair and wheel exist in the eastern Mediterranean basin Nevertheless, that’s a little too far back for our
If you use a wheelchair, it can make travel a bit tricky. Simply put, you have more to think about than someone who doesn’t need or use a wheelchair. That absolutely shouldn’t deter you from taking trips, but it does pay to be aware of the added wrinkles you’ll encounter when you travel by air.
If you suffer from some kind of mobility issue and you’re thinking of getting one or the other, it’s one of the first questions that is likely to pop into your head. If you’ve been curious but didn’t know who to ask, read on and we’ll give you the full scoop! What is the difference
How often will Medicaid pay for a wheelchair? It’s probably a question that’s come up more than once if you have Medicaid and a severe mobility issue. Unfortunately, there’s not a simple answer to that question because one thing many people don’t realize is that Medicaid isn’t a singular program. Although the Federal Government funds