It has been decided an electric wheelchair
is the way to go, but she can't get funding and needs a special child sized chair because of her size.
Unfortunately, Tasha is not eligible for an electric wheelchair
on the NHS and must now raise PS1,500 for the motorised chair and hoist which will help her get the equipment into her car.
The current global electric wheelchair
market is dominated by North America region however in the recent future developing economies such as China, India and Brazil are expected to drive the demand for electric wheelchairs
She bought a PS2,000 electric wheelchair
for her husband Ron, 83, but he died in August last year after an operation without ever having used the chair.
Simon said he needs an electric wheelchair
because doctors have ordered him not to risk further injury by propelling a normal wheelchair around.
To date, many of the electric wheelchair
manufacturers have been unwilling to offer the original JoyBar, because it would require an additional investment, not only in training people on how to use new programmers, but also capital costs of subsidizing programmers for their dealers.
sales of electric wheelchairs
are relatively low compared to that of manual wheelchairs *, the power segment of the wheelchair industry is extremely vital to the well being of the men, women, and children who rely on them for everyday mobility.
whose shop window was shattered when an elderly woman drove her electric wheelchair
The difference in a six-year-old, orthopedically disabled child in a stroller and that same child in the appropriately fitted manual or electric wheelchair
is a miracle.
Seven years after he won two gold medals, one silver, and set a world record at the Beijing Paralympic Games, Welsh cyclist Simon Richardson is unable to leave his home without help and has issued an emotional plea for help to fund an electric wheelchair
Simon, from Llanmaes, in the Vale of Glamorgan, who received his MBE in 2009 for services to disabled sport, is now offering his services as a motivational speaker to help pay for an PS1,000 electric wheelchair
, which he says would help him to "socialise more".
Eight-year-old Casey Thomson doesn't meet NHS criteria for an electric wheelchair