Support for All

man in a motorised wheelchairBeing physically challenged affects many lives in ways we cannot imagine. This goes both for the people with disabilities and for the ones who care for them. Fortunately, modern technology has provided ways to make things easier for them through assistive devices such as wheelchairs.

Quality of life improved.

There are devices created to improve the quality of life for the physically challenged; one of which is the mobile wheelchair. While there are therapies which could help increase one’s mobility, wheelchairs are known to be the go-to solution to allow one to move to different places and do things on their own.

In 1916, the first motorised wheelchair was manufactured in London. Since then, several improvements were made to meet ever-changing needs. Today, this ingenious invention is helping people with special needs become more mobile and live more independently.

Support for support.

Along with these advancements comes the need to ensure safety. As such, repair services for mobile wheelchairs have become in demand.

Wheelchair repair companies are focused not only on ensuring the quality of the wheelchair but most especially the safety of the person using it.

Repair companies consider:

  • Balance
  • Comfort
  • Stability
  • Flexibility
  • Security and Safety

Functionality in features

A wheelchair’s centre of gravity is probably the most critical factor to ensure maximum performance. If the centre of gravity is compromised, the user might tip forward or backward as the wheels’ loads should be divided equally to avoid losing balance.

The breaks should also be functioning properly that it does not stumble when trying to stop or slow down. Additionally, when on “park” mode, mobile wheelchairs are expected to be in a stable and secured position.

Technology has come a long way in helping improve the quality of life of those in need. Because of advanced technology, families and their loved ones with physical challenges can live more comfortably.