Powerchairs – which one is yours?
Being able to get around independently is key to having a good life, both inside the home and out. Whether you are disabled or elderly, getting the right wheelchair can make all the difference to how you live your life, what you do for fun, your career or education, how you shop and in the end, your mental, emotional and physical wellbeing. Powerchairs can be used in as many ways as people have needs for a wheelchair and can transform the life on someone who would otherwise be immobile.
Powered wheelchairs come in a wide variety, many of which are available from Karma Mobility, the UK’s leading wheelchair sale specialist. Many of our power wheelchairs have exciting added features a that make for better performance and a smoother, quieter ride.
Why choose powerchairs?
Power wheelchairs offer greater mobility, giving the user the power to get around without the need to ask someone else for help. This can be particularly important for people who have limited physical capabilities, particularly with regard to upper body strength. With power wheelchairs, people get more independence for effort.
Along with this, powerchairs from Karma Mobility can be kitted out with a variety of different accessories, helping to stabilise the body for maximum driving efficiency. Today’s powerchairs are fully programmable making easier to wiggle around in small spaces without having to worry so much about knocking things over, or having accidents.
If you live in a small house or flat, then the Blazer power wheelchair could be the one for you. This compact indoor/outdoor powerchair has an overall width of only 60 cm and a 100 cm length, making it easier to manoeuvre in reduced areas. But the Blazer large front casters and rear wheel suspension also make the Blazer really great outside, especially as it has two-speed options of 4 mph or 6 mph, and you can get larger batteries for increased range.
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This post was written by Mark Duffield