Pediatric wheelchairs offer convenience, independence and security for kids who need wheelchairs to get around. By offering these to your patients or customers, you can assist them with a wider range of needs and feel good offering them the security they need while enhancing their ease of use.
Pediatric power wheelchairs come in a large variety of materials, styles and features, including pediatric power wheelchairs, used pediatric wheelchairs, pediatric manual wheelchairs, and sport pediatric wheelchairs. When determining the right pediatric wheelchairs for your assisted living or medical rental business, you should:
1. Survey your clients and patients to learn what features and accessories they would find most useful in pediatric wheelchairs you would make available to them.
2. Purchase pediatric wheelchairs meeting your identified specifications from reputable manufacturers and distributors.
3. Look for expansive warranties, solid return policies and flexible financing options when purchasing pediatric wheelchairs.
Decide on the features and accessories you want for the pediatric wheelchairs you'll offerThere are many different materials, features and accessories available for pediatric wheelchair. This includes titanium (for strength), lightweight (for easier portability by the user) and baskets or bags (for carrying items, such as groceries). The pediatric wheelchair could be either electric powered or manual, so you might choose to have a couple of each to meet the different needs of your patients.
Purchase pediatric wheelchairs from reputable, proven manufacturers and distributorsWhen looking for suppliers of pediatric wheelchairs, find a company that has been in business a long time, keeps up with the wheelchair technology and industry and has great references.
Look for a favorable warranty and financing from a supplier of pediatric wheelchairsWhen you find the wheelchair styles and accessories you want, it's time to take a look at the pricing, warranties and policies. You want a company that covers damage, repairs and offers the parts needed for the repair. You also want a test time where if the chair is not going to work for your residents, you can return it. Remember, pediatric wheelchairs are not cheap, especially if you need more than one, so unless you have equipment start-up money in the bank, you are going to need financing.
- Consider having a representative from the pediatric wheelchair manufacturer train your staff and patients on how to properly use the wheelchair.