Wizard released by rainbow

Posted on October 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Rainbow Rehab has launched the Aivema Wizard ­ a powered wheelchair which, the company says, is designed specifically to provide children and adolescents with increased independence through improved mobility. “The key benefits of the Wizard include its powered seat raise, which allows the user to access Å’out reach areas¹,” the company said. “The Wizard can also be positioned at a low enough level for children with limited mobility to gain direct, unassisted access onto the seat, improving independence. Front wheel drive makes the Wizard easy to manoeuvre indoors and, with durable and powerful motors, it is practical, yet great fun when used outside.” Rainbow Rehab says the seat depth and back height are adjustable to allow perfect support with plenty of room for growth, while the seat and headrests encourage good postural control. Additionally, the seat has the benefit of optional powered recline and tilt. The chair is available in two seat sizes and is suitable for children aged between two years and adol

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