I am so excited to share that Quantum Rehab is hosting another virtual consumer roundtable on June 2, 2022, from 3 P.M. to 4:30 P.M. ET. These virtual consumer roundtables are focus groups specifically for power wheelchair users to voice their opinions on current technology and what they’d like to see in future innovations.
As the brand ambassador coordinator for Quantum Rehab, I am always looking for authentic consumer feedback from all power wheelchair users. At Quantum Rehab, we know that in order to serve the Disability Community, we must always be actively engaged with the community! I love hosting these virtual consumer roundtables because I love hearing first-hand from other power wheelchair users what they love about their wheelchairs, what they want to see improved and what they think our industry needs to be educated on. This ensures even better technology is created in the future.
As a wheelchair user, I know that technology has come a long way. I am privileged to be in a position where, on a daily basis, I can engage with and provide feedback to the engineers who create the wheelchairs that I depend on. I also know, however, that I am just one wheelchair user and my perspective is limited. That’s why these virtual consumer roundtables are so important! We want to bring in the perspectives of many wheelchair users so that we can constantly improve!
This time around, we’re looking for 10 people to join us at the virtual consumer roundtable! Those who are chosen to participate will receive a $40 gift card for their time and input!
If you use power wheelchair complex rehab technology (think Quantum Edge 3, Invacare TDX, Permobil M3, Quickie Q700, etc.) and you’re interested in participating in this virtual consumer roundtable to share your ideas and experiences, please sign up by May 23, to be a considered as a participant! If you’re chosen, we’ll let you know by May 26!
Sign up here: https://forms.gle/kfgP29gf8RcBUtpb8
About Stephanie Woodward: Stephanie is a brand ambassador advisor for Quantum Rehab® and works as a disability rights activist. She has received many awards for helping communities become more accessible, as well as for her actions in fighting for the rights of disabled individuals as it relates to Medicaid and other support services. Click here to learn more about Stephanie.
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