Wheelchair Restraints

Wheelchair Restraints

Wheelchair Restraints

This equipment group contains three capable instruments that will secure a wheelchair in place with or without a person in it. The devices work harmoniously to ensure proper balance and safety.

Electric Restraint System:

Consists of a device on the bottom of the chair and another device on the floor of the van. When the two devices are properly aligned, a lock will sound and the wheelchair will not move.


Manual Restraints or Tie-Down Systems:

Four straps are snugly placed around the four wheelchair wheels to help prevent rolling during vehicle movement. These systems cannot be operated from a wheelchair and require help from an attendant.


Upper Torso Restraint:

Used in addition to the wheelchair restraints for those with weak muscles in the upper torso area and/or poor balance.

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