Product Features

The Hyalite® features Evolite Gel an ultra lightweight composite gel that flows to respond to positional changes made by users.

  1. Low profile lateral thigh supports offer mild positioning.
  2. A soft, high resiliency foam surface layer conforms to user shape.
  3. Anti-Thrust helps maintain pelvic positioning.
  4. Evolite Gel Pack is an ultra-lightweight composite gel that flows to respond to positional changes made by users.
  5. Layered high resiliency foam and memory foam provide comfort and skin protection.
  6. Non-skid bottom fabric offers hook and loop attachments.

 

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Home Health Misconception #3: Our Branch Can't Do Seating Evaluations

Part 4 in our series about Seating & Wheeled Mobility in Home Health. See Part 1,Part 2, and Part 3.

We’re continuing to look at common misconceptions of seating and wheeled mobility in the home health setting. So far, we’ve addressed the misconception that someone else will deal with seating and wheeled mobility and that there isn’t a need in home health for wheelchair seating and positioning.

Power Wheelchairs: Where is my drive wheel and why does it matter? Part 2

The drive wheel on a power wheelchair is the larger wheel if you are looking at your wheelchair or client’s wheelchair. The location of this drive wheel can have a large impact on how the power wheelchair drives and maneuvers in different environments.
There are three main types of drive wheel configurations on power wheelchairs:front-wheel drive, mid-wheel drive, and rear-wheel drive. In this blog today, we will focus on mid-wheel drive.

Home Health Misconception #2: There isn’t a need in home health for wheelchair seating and positioning

Part 3 in our series about Seating & Wheeled Mobility in Home Health. See Part 1and Part 2.

We’re continuing to look at common misconceptions of seating and wheeled mobility in the home health setting. Last week we took a look at the misconception that someone else will deal with seating and wheeled mobility in the home health setting. This week we will discuss whether home health therapists are seeing clients who would benefit from appropriate seating and wheeled mobility services. This will help us determine whether this area of practice is relevant to the home health setting.

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