How powerchairs can enhance your quality of life
If you are elderly or disabled, you’ll understand how a wheelchair is more than simply a mode of transport to get you from A to B. It can have a significant impact on your social life, your ability to get around the house, get to work or university and ultimately your overall wellbeing. Different people use wheelchairs in different ways and for different purposes. But in most cases a wheelchair can truly transform an immobile person’s life, whether its simply meeting basic needs or enjoying what life has to offer.
Nowadays, there are many types of wheelchairs available on the market, which are rather electric or manual. At Karma Mobility, we offer a wide variety of powerchairs that come with interesting features for enhanced performance and a smoother, quieter ride.
Take our Falcon Powerchair for example. It comes with flip back height adjustable armrests, a rapid release steering handle for easier control of the joystick, quick release batteries and a kerb climber. While out self-propelled Ergo Stand Powerchair has a unique S-Ergo seating system, which allows superior comfort and stability for our users. So whatever your needs, we have the powerchair for you.
Modern electric wheelchairs have substantially improved mobility for the disabled, since they are easy to move around without assistance. Given that regular wheelchairs can be almost impossible to handle for people with limited physical capabilities, especially when it comes to upper body strength, it is clear why powerchairs have made such a difference. They offer durability and independence, with minimum effort.
More importantly, Karma Mobility powerchairs come with a variety of different accessories to help stabilise the body for maximum efficiency when driving your powerchair. What’s more, these days electric wheelchairs are equipped with sensors that make manoeuvres within small spaces much less of a challenge. A wheelchair user can now move more freely without worrying so much about bumps, knocks or accidents. Some of our powerchairs at Karma Mobility can even be programmed to follow a certain path.
For more information about Karma Mobility wheelchairs, please give us a call on 0845 630 3436 to speak to one of our friendly team.
Categorised in: Powerchairs
This post was written by Mark Duffield