Product webinar (Dealers only)
Foot Control ● Multi Swing 2G ● Chin Control Harness
At Rehacare (September 2022) we introduced some newly developed assistive devices - including the Foot Control, the Multi Swing 2G, and the Chin Control Harness. During this product webinar, hosted by our Product & Quality Manager Rebecca, you get the opportunity to learn more about these products and their availability.
Why join this webinar
In order to sustain a strong partnership, we want to inform our dealers correctly and hand them the right resources. We hope after this webinar you feel confident, well-informed, and ready to market the Foot Control, Multi Swing 2G, and Chin Control Harness. It is our belief these products offer a new range of possibilities to guarantee quality of life for people with motor disabilities.
In short, we cover the following during the webinar:
- Discover the products’ ins and outs (specs, configuration, etc.)
- Know where to find product-marketing resources
- Get up-to-date about product availability
Highlighted assistive devices
The Foot Control is a proportional control which can be connected directly to the wheelchair electronics. The user can operate it with their feet as it is specifically designed for people with hand or arm function problems but with a relatively good foot control. Through this control, movements of the foot can be converted into steering and control of the wheelchair.
Multi Swing 2G
The Multi Swing is a versatile, motorized arm to mount on an electric wheelchair. With this arm, devices such as chin joysticks can be positioned to drive, and the arm can be moved upwards or sideways by pressing a button whenever needed. The Multi Swing 2G is intended to be fitted on any power wheelchair with a 24 V connection.
Chin Control Harness
The Chin Control Harness is intended for the mechanical mounting of a joystick on the chest of the user. This way the user can control an electrical wheelchair by chin. The control is operable in different sitting positions and can be adapted for the individual user. The combination of a mo-vis joystick with this harness, allows the user to operate all functions of the electrical wheelchair by chin.