Manual Wheelchairs

Your tailored fit TiLite goes further with SmartDrive.

Imagine a wheelchair built just for you.

Not just one or two adjustments. But every single component, selected, measured, cut and assembled to fit you. From the lightest, strongest metals around. It’d be stronger. Lighter. More comfortable. Easier to push. Easier to stop. Easier to load. Easier to store.
That’s the idea behind TiLite – and it’s all part of our exclusive process called TiFit.

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We see a wheelchair the same way you do. As an extension of you. Not just of your body. But of your personality. Why? Because many of our employees are also TiLite users. They depend on our chairs as much as you do. And they’ve learned through experience how to use design, technology and creativity to improve lives.

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The right chair can make all the difference — in your life, in your independence, and in your long-term health. See how we’re using the latest medical research to deliver information that moves everyone in our industry forward.

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Fostering Independence for Children with Limited Mobility

Part 5 in our series about developmental milestones in early childhood focusing on mobility. Seepart 1, part 2,part 3, and part 4.

"When development along any line is restricted, delayed, or distorted, other lines of development are adversely affected as well.” (1)
Restricted experiences and mobility during early childhood can have a diffuse and lasting influence. Long term physical restrictions during infancy or early childhood can significantly alter and disrupt the entire subsequent course of emotional or psychological development in the involved child (2).

ISO Standards: Immersion Test Method

This is the 5th blog in our series on understanding cushion properties with the help of ANSI/RESNA and ISO standards. See part 1 here, part 2, part 3, and part 4.

We’re continuing our series on understanding cushion properties with the help of ANSI/RESNA and ISO standards. If you haven't been following along with this series, be sure to check out the links above to catch up. Last week we looked at the ISO 16840-6 standard of Simulation of Aging and the Pressure Mapping Test Method. Today we’re looking at the Immersion Test Method, which is part of both ISO 16840-6 and ISO 16840-2.

Early Milestones: Developing Proximal Stability

Part 4 in our series about developmental milestones in early childhood focusing on mobility. Seepart 1,part 2, and part 3.

As you see in this photo the young infant is weight bearing through hands, knees and toes. This proximal stability is what allows him to hold his head against gravity. This is a critical part of development. At two months of age this action is what facilitates head control and is linked to oculomotor control which is the foundation of visual skills. At this point the infant begins to develop visual fixations and is able to bring both eyes (controlled by six oculomotor muscles) together to stabilize his gaze. Infants who have not developed this trunk control lack the ability to gain full head and eye control. Without proximal control of the trunk and the development of eye gaze a child’s development will be greatly altered.

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