An electric wheelchair is also referred to as power chair, motorized wheelchair, or electric-powered wheelchair (EPW). It is a wheelchair that is propelled via an electric motor rather than manual power.
Today I would like to share some stories about Freedomchair and its users around the word.
There are several designs of the lightweight folding electric wheelchair. However, each of them have some unique properties one of which is the foldability. This means that they can actually be folded.
It is correctly believed that electric wheelchair batteries are powerful and strong enough to go by for years. But only if you use them properly and take care of them. You might know about the fact that electric wheelchairs’ batteries are best to be charged all night while you sleep.
On Feb. 7, the local newspaper in Clutha reported an event about the donation of Freedom electric wheel chair to Clutha Health First (CHF).
Thanks for our agents for bringing our electric wheelchair to New Zealand’s Show Your Ability 2019.
The electric wheelchair for the elderly or those with reduced mobility have become an ideal solution to improve the autonomy and independence of many users, thanks to the fact that their driving is very simple and intuitive.
The mobile scooter is a mobility aid for elderly and disabled people with reduced mobility. This solution allows them to move effortlessly during short and medium distances. They can for example make their daily commute to work, do their shopping, or go on a ride.
Each electric wheelchair has specific characteristics that allow it to meet the individual needs of each and ensure optimal posture for all: the width of the seat, the seat depth, the height of the backrest, the size of the armrests, the front / back seat height, width, height, length, width of the folded chair, chair weight, backrest angle, and leg length.
What to consider while choosing an electric wheelchair?