A Tour de Force in Comfort, Reliability and Value In a world where independence and mobility is highly treasured and sought after, nothing can compare to Drive Medical’s Silver Sport 1 Wheelchair with Full Arms and Swing away Removable Footrest. When it comes to comfort, reliability and genuine value, the Silver Sport 1 Wheelchair is a genuine tour de force in design, safety and ease of use for both the user and caregiver alike. It’s nothing less than the unbeatable value you can count on to meet your mobility needs again and again. Sturdy, easy to maneuver as well as fold and carry, it’s suitable for all ages. At the end of the day, it will empower you like nothing else, as it meets and exceeds your needs and expectations, whether inside or away from your home. The Silver Sport 1 Wheelchair with Full Arms and Swing away Removable Footrest is a handy companion for both user and caregiver and one you will want to have with you at all times. Go ahead Experience the Drive Difference Now!
- Powder-coated silver vein steel frame
- Padded armrests
- Nylon upholstery is durable, lightweight, attractive and easy to clean
- Urethane tires mounted on composite wheels provide durability and low maintenance
- Comes with push-to-lock wheel locks
- Carry pocket on backrest provides additional convenience
- Weight Capacity 250 lbs
- Folding back canes for transport and storage
Cognitive AbilitiesFor safe independent use, users must understand cause + effect (action = result). Independent use requires directional understanding (i.e. moving the wheels in one direction results in matching chair movement), problem solving (i.e. combine + time movements to get from A to B), and judgment (ability to learn that if something is unsafe they should not do it).
Functional AbilitiesUsers must have sufficient vision, trunk control and enough upper extremity grip, strength and stamina to steer and/or propel the chair. For foot propulsion, users must also have functional use of at least one lower extremity. Their adjustable foot and armrests and seat position make them appropriate for users requiring minimal positioning. This chair may not be appropriate for those with visual deficits, uncontrolled seizures, bilateral upper extremity weakness and those with poor trunk control.
EnvironmentStandard wheelchairs can be used both indoors and outdoors. They perform best on firm, flat surfaces such as pavement, groomed footpaths, cycle paths and in and around home. While it can be used outdoors, they not intended to be used on rough terrain, slopes, loose gravel, or sand. Their relatively small turn radius makes them appropriate for indoor use where space is limited.
ActivitiesTheir maneuverability and small turn radius make standard wheelchairs ideal for use in tight spaces (stores, elevators, public washrooms, public transit etc.). While they can be used outdoors, they are best for activities done on flat level surfaces like urban sightseeing or sidewalk commuting.
Please speak with your healthcare provider and schedule an in-person consultation before purchasing this product, to evaluate whether it is truly the best option for you.
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HCPCS Code: K0001
Product Category: Standard wheelchair