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It works like a bomb! I can now transfer on my own. It works best when transferring between different levels either up or down.”(Quadriplegic person)

USEFUL TIPS

When learning to use the Quadrislide Transfer board, you may require the help of a caregiver to assist you. Together with the help of caregivers, you might be required to make use of a gait belt. The gait belt allows a caregiver to support you while in the operation of the transfer. With practice and help in time you will be able to use the Quadrislide without assistance.

Tips for using the Quadrislide Successfully

Following these tips can help you to use the Quadrislide successfully if your health care provider recommends the use of one:

1. Make sure that your wheel chair is locked and that the surface you are transferring to is stable and secure.

2. Starting with the strap end, line the seat and the track up by placing the curved ends on top of one another. Let your caregiver place them together as deep as possible under your buttocks.

3. Try extending the seat a little further under your buttocks but not all the way.

4. Ensure that the track is correctly positioned on the other slide. It will lift up but it does drop down once you start moving across.

5. Position yourself squarely on top of the seat.

6. Carefully slide yourself across to the other side with your caregiver’s assistance. You can also do it by placing your hands on either side of the seat, on top of the tracks. Push yourself away with the one hand and pull with the other until you reach the other side.

7. Once you’ve moved as far as the Quadrislide will allow you, you will find that the seat has extended beyond the track, and you should be fully in the desired position.

8. The Quadrislide can now be removed by pulling on the strap.

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OUR CUSTOMERS
  • Rehabilitation units
  • Hospitals
  • Medical orthotists and prosthetists
  • Schools
  • Muscular dystrophy
  • Quadriplegia & Paraplegia.
  • Wheel chair users