Wheelchair Cushions

first_imgImage from SunriseMedical.comDid you know that some wheelchairs have the capability to incorporate personalized cushions into the chair? With JAY Your Way, you can create the exact cushion or backrest you need. Below, I’ve listed the different types of cushions the company offers, check out their website for specifics on the nine different cushions available.Cushion Base ModificationsThese cushions can improve the comfort of your chair and can be purchased in a variety of colors.  These cushions give you a stable support for postural stability. Since these cushions contour to your body, they help distribute your weight to protect you from skin breakdown (also known as bed sores). Cushions can be cut in a variety of shapes and angles to provide users with unique needs a safe and effective sitting position.Cushion Fluid ModificatonsThe JAY Flow™ fluid pad reduces the risk of skin breakdown for the user. The cushion in filled with liquid/gel and creates minimal resistance and conforms to the shape of the user’s pelvis. This design distributes the pressure. Each fluid pad can be customized with overfills or underfills to create a safe sitting surface for people of all body shapes.Backrest ModificationsJAY backrests offer tension-adjustable straps and contoured solid shells. These provide lateral trunk support and postural correction for users with varying needs. For unique needs and additional skin protection, JAY Your Way can make each backrest with modifications such as fluid inserts, foam inserts, and custom cut-outs.Cover ModificationsEach JAY cushion and back comes with a carefully designed cover that’s designed to enhance the clinical effectiveness and comfort of the product. These can be customized with easy-to-wipe covers, colored covers, embroidery, or other options.Share this…TwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedInEmailPrint RelatedCushion Game ControllersNovember 28, 2012In “Easter Seals Crossroads”OXO Good Grips ProductsJuly 12, 2017In “Independent Living”Senseez CushionsJuly 12, 2016In “Autism”last_img

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