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Guide to Memory Seat Programming

Guide to Memory Seat Programming

02.08.2021

The benefits and clinical application of being able to program the end positions of each power seat function angle to create a unique "position" or posture for the client that can be achieved by a push of a button and/or the joystick was reviewed in the Memory Seat Functions Education in Motion resource. In order to allow users to take full advantage of the ability to personalize the memory seating feature available on QUICKIE power wheelchairs with the CxSM module, it is important that the client's wheelchair service provider or clinician program each position individually. This guide provides an easy-to-follow process for memory seat programming.

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Memory Seat Functions

Memory Seat Functions

05.07.2021

When considering power seat functions, it is important to consider all of the functional activities and tasks that a person needs to perform on a regular basis. Power seat functions and the setup of actuators means that we can program the chair to support and enable function in almost any task. "Memory seat functions" allow the client to program the end positions of each power seat function angle - creating a unique "position" or posture for the client that can be achieved by a push of a button and/or the joystick. The best part about this process is that they can be set up or changes quickly and easily by the therapist through the use of a single switch.

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Power Wheelchair Drive Wheel Position

Power Wheelchair Drive Wheel Position

07.05.2021

One of the most important factors to consider when choosing a power wheelchair is the drive wheel position. This decision will impact the chair's performance over obstacles, on hills, at higher speeds, and on uneven terrain. It will also affect access into smaller spaces.

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Guide to R-Net Bluetooth

Guide to R-Net Bluetooth

25.06.2020

Smart technology has revolutionized the way people interact with their environment and complete everyday tasks. Bluetooth® plays a key role in opening up the world of smart technology for individuals who utilize Quickie power wheelchairs. This simple-to-follow guide provides instructions for enabling the Bluetooth feature on Quickie power wheelchairs that are equipped with the appropriate options and pairing a wheelchair with various pieces of smart technology.

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Can powered wheelchairs really support 24 hour positioning?

Can powered wheelchairs really support 24 hour positioning?

01.11.2019

Is a separate static seat the best answer to daytime postural management? Sometimes. But, sometimes the seating functions of modern high specification powered wheelchairs can meet a client’s postural management needs. Where powered seating is a suitable option for primary seating throughout the day, the client can achieve additional benefits of less transfers, more independence and a reduction in the overall amount of equipment in a home environment.In this printable PDF infographic, one of the members of Sunrise Medical UK’s clinical team shows how current clinical guidelines can support the use of powered seating to meet postural management needs. 

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