Active Controls’ ErgoReJoy modular platform provides instant joystick repositioning from right to left armrests, as well as any accessible location for a power chair user. An adjustable wrist support assures neutral positioning of the user’s upper body, shoulders, elbow and wrist. Clinicians can easily assess a client’s posture and functional abilities in any drive location. The ErgoReJoy system also comes with detailed assessment methodology: Compare and document the user’s postural positions and driving success at the standard joystick location and the best “Ergo” location to provide medical justification if repositioning the joystick.
Drive Control Assessment System
With five unique “live” drive control locations and the ability to install and instantly position standard joysticks and alternative drive controls on a power chair, Active Controls’ Drive Control Assessment System can help get the most out of every power chair evaluation. The system includes finger, hand, chin, tongue and head array input devices mounted on multiple, interchangeable, modular platforms so the seating and mobility team can assess the needs of almost any potential user.
Power Buddy & Power Pouch
An ATP & Clinician Best Pick of 2015:
A great and relatively inexpensive option for people who cannot afford the light kit options on power wheelchairs, but who need lights for outdoor evening mobility — which of course falls outside of the indoor mobility needs rules coverage for some.
— Sharon Frant Brooks, MA, OTR/L, ATP/SMS, CRTS, Acclaimed Healthcare, Lakewood, N.J.