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This section of WheelchairNet has information about mobility devices and the other technologies that enable the use of wheelchairs and scooters.

Products

People who use mobility devices need to feel comfortable with this technology. This means there must be a good match between the mobility product's features and the person's abilities. In addition, there must be a match between the product and the person's everyday life and environments!

Making the match takes a team with good skills and a common purpose! Only when multiple factors are taken into consideration will mobility devices accomplish their purpose--to liberate people with mobility impairments and enable them to accomplish their personal best!

Service Resources for the WheelchairNet Community


Resources for Consumers

Resources for Clinicians

Resources for Case Managers

Resources for Rehabilitation Technology Suppliers

Resources for Insurers and Payers

Funding for Wheelchairs

Voluntary Industry Standards

  • What are "standards" and why are they important?
  • Wheelchair Standards Directory
    • ANSI-RESNA Wheelchair Standards
    • ANSI/RESNA/SAE Transportation Safety Standards
    • International Standards Organization (ISO) W/C Transportation Standards
  • A Guide to Wheelchair Selection: How to Use the ANSI/RESNA Wheelchair Standards to Buy a Wheelchair

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Last Updated: 3-2-2006

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Please note: This information is provided a archival information from the Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Wheeled Mobility from 1993 to 2002.

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