armchair. Monday , June 19th , 2017 - 00:36:26 AM
Mark The Chair Width: While it would be dependent on the size of the room and the space available, the minimum size has to be taken care of. Go for a minimum of about eighteen inches of width, though if your space allows it, a size of about twenty-four inches width is much better. Anything less than eighteen inches may save on space, but will not be comfortable for a normal adult person. Consider keeping a special chair for your growing child one with a sliding adjustable base to grow along with your child is a very practical investment.
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On the social side of your child's wheelchair needs, take into consideration his or her lifestyle, the temperament of your child, how he or she faces social situations, makes new friends, deals with being different, etc. For instance, how will your child handle the frustrations of first learning to use the controls and maneuver the power wheelchair? Will he or she become impatient and quick to give up or will your child be determined? Will your child be embarrassed entering new environments and new experiences confined to the wheelchair? Or will he or she thrive in these circumstances?
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