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Power Assist Add-On


When your child is more active — like playing outside or maneuvering the halls at school —but still needs a little help propelling, the Power Assist Add-On can keep him or her moving. Children still self-propel in this manual wheelchair, but they can engage the Power-Assist Add-On to preserve energy.

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Benefits

Mobility Mobility

Improves Endurance
Having a part-time power source can combat fatigue when your child is self-propelling.

Health Health

Reduces Pain
The Power Assist Add-On gives your child’s body a much-needed break when self propelling.

Custom Custom

Individually Configured
A Power-Assist Add-On Wheelchair is customized to your child’s body and needs.

Medical Necessity

To get insurance coverage for Complex Rehab Technology, your insurance provider must determine your child has a “medical necessity”. This means your child must have a condition that requires the equipment to prevent, diagnose or treat an illness, injury, condition, disease or its symptoms.  

Most insurance providers only offer coverage if your child has a significant impairment that limits him or her from performing daily activities. However, Medicaid will often pay for parts, service and other mobility products and support so your child has more community access.

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Who needs this technology?

The Power Assist Add-On is a great option if your child doesn’t quite need a power wheelchair, but could use the occasional support of a power source to keep moving and active.

Support

We want to make the process as easy on you as possible. From working with clinicians and insurers, to customizing your child’s equipment so it’s a perfect fit, we’re by your side.

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