On stand B42 at The OT Show, Precision Rehab will be exhibiting a range of powerchairs as to company looks to engage with occupational therapists and their clients.

Precision will be showing its UPnRIDE, Paravan PR50, Paravan PR30 Evo II and Paravan Piccolino powerchairs as well as Sunrise’s Q700 UP M powered wheelchair, which the company recently added to its portfolio.

A standing chair, the UPnRIDE offers auto balancing and an unchanged centre of gravity to ensure the user has continuous stability, even when travelling up or down slopes. Its jointed braces and harness straps also provide a sense of stability and safety for individuals.

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Additionally on display will be the Q700 UP M, a standing powerchair which allows users to stand at up to 85˚ or lie flat due to its biomechanical standing seating system. It incorporates a narrow base of 620mm and a turning circle of 1250mm.

Its low seat height of 445mm also allows the chair to fit under tables and into wheelchair accessible vehicles easily.

Matthew James, Co-Director at Precision Rehab, commented: “We are delighted to once again be exhibiting at the OT Show.

“The two-day event is a fantastic platform for us to showcase and demonstrate our range of powered wheelchairs to OT’s from around the UK and discuss their client’s requirements and book assessments in a relaxed and friendly environment.”

At the event, Precision will also be displaying its Paravan PR50, which is designed to work in domestic, working or care settings. It is the only powered wheelchair in the UK to feature an integrated seat belt, have EU approval, be crash tested and TUV certified.

The PR50 is equipped to take respiration apparatus, including special headrests and extra power supply, and can be operated safely by disabled people due to its adapted special control unit.

Described as “highly manoeuvrable” by the company, the chair’s width is 64cm, so it can fit through most doorways and lifts.

Also on display at the OT Show will be the Paravan PR30 Evo II, which is a joy stick controlled powered wheelchair. It can be fitted with a range of additional options to ensure it meets the user’s needs.

Options include a tilt function, seat lift up to a maximum height of 80cm and footrests with additional electric features. The contoured seat system offers clients nine different configurations which consists of back pads (52, 63, 71cm) and seat pads (45 to 54cm), all of which are individually selectable to provide comfort and support.

Additional standard features of the PR30 Evo II include: a seat baseplate and cushion, manually folding backrest, integrated backplate with threaded inserts, adjustable headrest and multi-adjustable arm rests.

Completing the range on show will be the Piccolino, which has been designed for young people from the age of 2 upwards. With seat widths of 270-430mm, a depth of 320-385mm, and back height of 400-48 mm combined with side supports, head support and other seat accessories which are individually adjustable, the Piccolino is a versatile powerchair.

The powerchair also comes in a range of vibrant colours.

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