The 2020 Word of the Year

Pandemic. It’s a word that has dominated our lives this year. The COVID-19 pandemic has truly impacted everyone’s life in one way or another, so it’s no surprise that Merriam-Webster and Dictionary.com have declared “pandemic” the Word of the Year.

For electric wheelchair users and individuals with disabilities, the pandemic has changed many aspects of their daily lives. Working from home has suddenly become the norm. Accessibility has expanded in ways never thought possible. Masks are worn in all public spaces and for electric wheelchair users, cleaning and disinfecting power wheelchairs has become a lot more involved.

Working from Home in a Pandemic

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been mandated that any individuals who can work from home should do so. This is a great step forward for the disability community. Individuals with chronic illnesses, disabilities or narrow electric wheelchair users often request remote work due to transportation barriers, medical appointments or other health reasons. Unfortunately, people with disabilities have often struggled to win the reasonable accommodation to work remotely. No longer! Today, everyone is encouraged to work remotely and it has proven that people are able to be productive when working from home. Furthermore, it has demonstrated that working from home can occur on a long-term basis.

Wheelchair Accessibility Problems Turn into Solutions

Because the pandemic requires all individuals to stay home to stop the spread of COVID-19, this mandate has solved many accessibility problems for narrow electric wheelchair users or people with disabilities. In terms of socializing, we utilize video chat programs such as Zoom or FaceTime to connect with loved ones. This new way of socializing has taken a lot of the stress off narrow electric wheelchair users, who don’t have to worry about accessibility when going to a friend or family member’s house or eating out at a restaurant. For many states, mail-in voting has become the norm due to the pandemic, and individuals with transportation barriers or chronic illnesses can exercise their right to vote easily with a mail-in ballot. These are just a few examples of how wheelchair accessibility problems have become solutions in 2020.

Disinfecting Wheelchairs and Wheelchair Cleaning Checklist

Due to the coronavirus, narrow electric wheelchair users must take greater precautions beyond washing their hands for twenty seconds. As an extension of their bodies, individuals should clean and disinfect their power wheelchairs daily. When disinfecting power wheelchairs, individuals should use EPA-approved wipes that contain an alcohol solution of at least 70 percent. If you don’t have wipes, the CDC recommends a spray bottle with one quart of water and four teaspoons of bleach. For electronic components on your power chair, we recommend silicon-based cleaners to avoid causing damage to the electronics. Check out our wheelchair cleaning checklist for more tips. While all this extra cleaning has certainly been challenging, it’s necessary to make sure that individuals with power chairs stay safe.


Wheelchair Accessories for the New Year

As the year 2020 winds down, everyone is looking toward 2021 with anticipation and hope. A new year means new year resolutions and new possibilities. As a narrow electric wheelchair user, you might consider making some important purchases for your narrow electric wheelchair. There are many motorized wheelchair accessories available: from storage options to LED lighting. Get the lowdown on each and decide whether you need some motorized wheelchair accessories to make 2021 the best year yet!

Power Wheelchair Backpack

Power Wheelchair Backpack

Quantum Rehab® knows the importance of having plenty of storage space available. Wheelchair storage bags are a great choice. If you have a Quantum® Power Chair with TRU-Balance® 3 Power Positioning Systems, consider purchasing the Quantum glove box, which attaches easily to the arm of your power chair. The personal item hook is another storage option and a great way to keep your purse or backpack within easy reach.

Speaking of backpacks, have you seen the new Quantum power wheelchair backpack? Made from extremely durable material, this backpack offers an insulated cooler pouch and plenty of volume to store all your possessions that you need to take with you when on the go. Each zipper on this backpack is equipped with a pull hook, perfect for individuals who have limited dexterity.

Wheelchair Safety Lights

Wheelchair Safety Lights

Why not light up the new year with some front and rear LED fender lights on your narrow electric wheelchair? Each switch-operated LED light is mounted to the fender above the drive tire on each side of the power chair. Quantum’s LED lights are ultra slim, delivering excellent compactness and durability. Seeing and being seen has never been easier. Now you can travel around at night with peace of mind and know that cars, pedestrians and cyclists will see you coming.

Motorized Wheelchair Backup Camera

Motorized Wheelchair Backup Camera

Many narrow electric wheelchair users understand the struggle of seeing what’s behind them when reversing. The motorized wheelchair backup camera from Quantum removes the guesswork! Whether you are reversing in your kitchen or at the mall, the Quantum backup camera promotes safety with a rear viewing angle of 170 degrees. Never worry about hitting door frames, small children or family pets. You can see what’s behind you with the 3.5-inch display that can be mounted on the armrest or the side rails for total convenience. Best of all, the backup camera from Quantum offers infrared capabilities for use at night.

Ready to Purchase?

Ready to purchase some motorized wheelchair accessories for the new year? Just reach out to your Quantum dealer today and let them know you wish to purchase some power wheelchair accessories. They can assist you!

Celebrating Women’s History Month

Since 1987, Women’s History Month has been observed annually during the month of March. We celebrate and honor women’s contributions to history, science, culture and society. It’s important to mention that women should be celebrated every day of the year, not just during March. Read on for some great content that pays tribute to many different types of women with disabilities, from historical women to women in the present day.

The History Behind Women’s History Month

It took many years to bring Women’s History Month to fruition. It originally began as a single day. In 1908, thousands of women in New York City marched for labor laws, working conditions and the right to vote. In 1909, socialists and suffragists gathered in Manhattan for the first International Women’s Day, and this date was formally honored on March 8, 1911, at the International Conference of Women in Copenhagen. Over time, the movement spread across the world, yet it wasn’t acknowledged in the United States until 1975. President Jimmy Carter issued a presidential proclamation, declaring the week of March 8 as National Women’s History Week. Finally, in 1987, the National Women’s History Project successfully petitioned Congress to expand the week to the entire month of March.

The Life of Harriet Tubman

Zoe in her Q6 Edge 2.0 Power Wheelchair

Think you know Harriet Tubman? Think again! Quantum® brand ambassador Zoe Hernandez shares many interesting facts about the former slave turned abolitionist, risking her life to save others through the Underground Railroad. Zoe shares that Harriet Tubman became disabled after experiencing a traumatic brain injury as a teenager. It didn’t stop her from helping other slaves escape to freedom and helping newly freed slaves find work. Click here to read more about Harriet Tubman.

Celebrating Women in Wheelchairs

Stephanie in her Edge 3 Power Wheelchair

There were and still are many strong women in wheelchairs who worked hard to make society inclusive for all. Quantum® brand ambassador adviser Stephanie Woodward blogs about four disabled women and their contributions to the disability community. Meet civil rights leader Barbara Jordan, who was the first southern African American woman elected to the U.S. House of Representatives. Learn about Laura Hershey, an advocate for disability rights who wrote poetry demonstrating how disabled individuals can become proud of their disability identities. Click to learn more about these amazing women in wheelchairs.

Lifestyle Guide for Narrow Motorized Wheelchair Users

If you’ve recently purchased the Edge 3 Stretto® Power Wheelchair or are in the process of researching and obtaining a new narrow motorized wheelchair, you probably have lots of questions. Check out this helpful guide of lifestyle articles and important information on how the Stretto can help improve your independence at home.

Accessible Homes and Narrow Wheelchairs

If you are in the process of looking for a new place to live, this article is perfect for you! Get tips on how to search for your perfect apartment, condo or house. Plus, discover the benefits of owning the Stretto when your dream home isn’t exactly wheelchair accessible. Among all the wheelchairs for narrow doorways, the Stretto is the clear choice. Click to read about accessible homes and narrow wheelchairs.

Types of Ramps for a Narrow Wheelchair

If you need to make your home more wheelchair accessible, there are a wide range of ramps available. From suitcase ramps that are extremely portable to permanent ramps that can be built to lead into your home, there are plenty of options to suit your accessibility needs. There are many wheelchairs for narrow doorways on the market, and you’ll want to find the right wheelchair ramp that is compatible.

Vehicle Lifts for Narrow Power Wheelchairs

If you are beginning the process of purchasing a new power wheelchair, you should also consider purchasing a wheelchair lift for your vehicle. If you don’t own an accessible van and love to travel, a vehicle lift is a great choice. You can get more information on how to choose a compatible lift for your

narrow power wheelchair.

Narrow Wheelchair Drive Wheel Configurations

Choosing the right drive-wheel configuration is an important part of the power wheelchair selection process. The three most common types of drive-wheel configurations are rear-wheel, front-wheel and mid-wheel drive. Discover the differences between each one and learn more about the process of choosing the appropriate narrow wheelchair drive-wheel configuration.

How to Clean a Narrow Wheelchair

If you already own the Stretto, you understand the importance of routine maintenance to keep your power chair running smoothly. Get some great tips on how to keep your narrow power wheelchair clean, what cleaning products to use and NOT to use and how often you should examine your power chair for issues. Click to learn how to clean a narrow wheelchair.

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Bryan Anderson: No Turning Back

Recently, I had the new Quantum camera installed onto my Edge® 3 Power Wheelchair. Having a wheelchair backup camera is actually really cool for a few reasons. If you’re thinking about making the investment for yourself, here’s some things you need to know.

This Backup Camera for Wheelchairs Provides Greater Visibility

The new Quantum camera can be installed anywhere on your power wheelchair. It gives you that feeling of knowing your surroundings. It’s great when you can see people walking up behind you, especially when living in a big city like Chicago. After a while, you start to get that feeling when you’re being watched. It’s nice that my backup camera has my back! Right now, a lot of places are closed because of the pandemic and I haven’t been going out much. I can’t wait for when it’s safe to be in a crowd again so I can really experience my surroundings. 

The Quantum Backup Camera Helps Me See My Dog

If you are a pet owner like me, you understand the challenges of keeping track of where they are! Sometimes, my service dog Mya falls behind me. It’s great that I can look at the LCD display that is mounted to my power chair and I can see where she is. Sometimes she’ll fall behind and I just have to look down at the screen and I can see her quickly and easily. I wouldn’t want to accidentally run her over.

The camera LCD display measures 3.5 inches and attaches to your power wheelchair’s armrest or siderails. The wheelchair camera mount that the display is attached to has a gooseneck design so it’s easy to adjust. When using the wheelchair backup camera, you can choose between two different modes: you can have the camera turn on with a reverse command or you can leave it on all the time. I use it both ways. If I am home and watching something on television, I turn it off because it gets distracting. Anytime I leave the house, however, it’s on all the time.

The Quantum Camera Helps Me See at Night

Another cool thing about this backup camera for wheelchairs is that it offers infrared capabilities, which allows me to see what’s behind me in the dark. It’s great when you have to wake up in the middle of the night for something but don’t want to deal with turning the lights on and off. When the pandemic passes and it’s safe for me to go out again, I’m sure I’ll use the infrared feature a lot in the evenings when I go out to eat at restaurants or stop for a drink at the bar.

About Bryan Anderson: Bryan grew up and resides in Illinois. Injured by an IED in October 2005, Bryan is one of the few triple amputees to survive his injuries in Iraq. He is an ambassador for the Gary Sinise Foundation and a spokesperson for USA Cares, which is focused on assisting post 9-11 veterans. Click here to learn more about Bryan.

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Funding for Narrow Wheelchair Lifts

Being able to travel, no matter how near or far, can open a world of possibilities. Maybe you aren’t in a situation where you can invest in a wheelchair accessible vehicle right now. That doesn’t mean you have to forego traveling by van altogether. Does your caretaker or someone you spend a lot of time with own a vehicle? Purchasing a vehicle lift for your narrow wheelchair can be a worthwhile investment. If you are looking to buy a wheelchair lift for a van, you might be wondering if it’s covered by insurance?

Buying a Narrow Wheelchair Lift Through Medicare

One widely known and used option for financing is Medicare. Medicare is a federally funded program that provides health insurance to certain people with disabilities and people over age 65. Medicare Part B covers a portion of the purchase or lease of certain approved types of durable medical equipment (DME) that are to be used in the home. Unfortunately, Part B does not cover things like wheelchair ramps, walk-in tubs or wheelchair lifts for a van. To learn more about what durable medical equipment Medicare covers and Medicare’s coverage guidelines, you can check out their website at medicare.gov or speak with a representative over the phone.

Buying a Narrow Wheelchair Lift Through Your Insurance

Your private insurance may also help pay for a lift for your narrow wheelchair. Finding out is as simple as dialing the number listed on your insurance card and speaking to a representative. Also, your doctor’s office may be able to confirm whether your insurance will cover the cost of a narrow wheelchair lift.

Alternative Financing Options for Buying a Narrow Wheelchair Lift

There are alternative options available, if you don’t have Medicare and your private insurance won’t cover the cost of a narrow wheelchair lift. Over hundreds of Quantum providers participate with CareCredit, a credit card that allows you to pay for medical equipment and services over time. The payment plan is based on your budget. There are also special promotional financing options available upon credit approval. CareCredit allows you to purchase durable medical equipment such as ventilators, motorized wheelchairs, portable oxygen equipment, driving controls and more.  Contact CareCredit to learn more about what items they cover and contact your provider today to find out how you can fill out an application. You can also visit carecredit.com for more information.

A Narrow Wheelchair to Meet Your Mobility Needs

If you have a disability that affects your mobility, Quantum offers complex rehab power wheelchairs to meet your medical and quality-of-life needs. Complex rehab power wheelchairs are specialized equipment, customized with different components that help you remain mobile and independent. If you have been recently diagnosed or are living with conditions such as multiple sclerosis, quadriplegia or ALS, the Edge 3 Stretto® from Quantum Rehab is a narrow motorized wheelchair that accepts a wide range of seating, positioning and drive controls to assist you in living independently. Plus, the Stretto’s ultra-narrow width makes it the perfect power chair to use in the home. When it comes to choosing from among the best wheelchairs for narrow doorways, the Stretto is a great choice. Read on to discover what the Stretto can do to help you live a better quality of life.

A Narrow Motorized Wheelchair for MS

Multiple sclerosis is a chronic auto-immune disorder that affects the neurons in the brain and spinal cord. Symptoms include loss of muscle control, vision, sensation and balance. Depending on the severity of your condition, the Stretto narrow motorized wheelchair can be fitted with specialized drive controls so you can easily operate the power chair. Q-Logic 3 Advanced Drive Controls are customizable and user friendly. The optional iAccess component provides programmable push button and toggle options, so individuals living with multiple sclerosis can customize their seating more easily.

Narrow Wheelchairs for Quadriplegia

If you’ve experienced partial or total paralysis, loss of use in all four limbs and the torso, you can enhance your independence and mobility with the Edge 3 Stretto. Of all the narrow wheelchairs for quadriplegia, the Stretto is the most maneuverable and can accommodate a wide range of seating and positioning components. TRU-Balance® 3 Power Positioning Systems is available on the Stretto and offers a wide range of options, including power tilt, power recline power articulating leg rests and much more. In addition, individuals living with quadriplegia may benefit from a Stealth Products® wheelchair cushion, for additional comfort and support. Click the link above to learn more.

A Narrow Wheelchair for ALS

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis or ALS, is a progressive neuromuscular disease. ALS decreases the ability to control movements and ALS patients experience decline very quickly. The Stretto narrow wheelchair can accommodate the changing needs of an individual living with ALS. iLevel® technology is available as an option on the Stretto, raising the wheelchair seat up to 12 inches. iLevel enables individuals to complete daily living activities, such as reaching, toileting and transferring.

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The Best Rear View Camera for Wheelchair Users

Quantum’s wheelchair backup camera

As a power wheelchair user, you may struggle with seeing what’s behind you, especially if you have limited mobility in your neck, back or shoulders. While we all wish we had eyes in the back of our heads, there is an easier solution. The backup camera from Quantum Rehab® is a great accessory for your power wheelchair. You can see what’s behind you while reversing without turning around. Read on to learn more about the rear view camera for wheelchair users.

Benefits of a Rear View Camera for Wheelchair Users

The Quantum motorized backup camera promotes safety and provides greater visibility as you drive. It offers a rear viewing angle of 170 degrees. Remove the guesswork when you reverse with this motorized backup camera. Do you live with pets or children? No problem! The wheelchair backup camera helps you see your pets and children easily while backing up. If you struggle with bumping into doorways, walls or furniture while reversing, the backup camera is a great asset. Now you have eyes in the back of your head!

Some wheelchair users need to get up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom. Spare your eyes from blinding lights. The backup camera offers infrared capabilities so you can see what’s behind you even in the dark.

More About Quantum’s Motorized Backup Camera

The wheelchair backup camera mounts anywhere on your Quantum electric wheelchair. The LCD display measures 3.5 inches and attaches easily to your electric wheelchair’s armrest or side rails using a gooseneck mount. You can choose between two different modes: the camera is always on or the camera turns on when you give a reverse command on your drive controls. Currently, the Quantum backup camera is available exclusively on Q-Logic 3 controllers, although it will become available on NE and NE+ controllers in the future.

Why Our Brand Ambassadors Love it

Madonna loves her motorized backup camera

Our brand ambassadors are loving their backup cameras. Madonna Long, for example, has an Edge® 3 Power Wheelchair with iLevel® technology. She uses her wheelchair backup camera in so many ways. She loves using it at night with the infrared capabilities. She also relies on her wheelchair backup camera when reversing down the ramp of her wheelchair accessible van.

Alison Chancellor is a friend of Quantum and uses the Q6 Edge® 2.0 Power Wheelchair with iLevel® for mobility. Alison lives in St. Louis, Missouri, and is glad that she can see behind her when taking her dog outside at night. Having the Quantum backup camera gives her peace of mind.

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David Lloyd: Racing for a Cure

He’s got the need for speed! David Lloyd Jr. loves many things: his family, music and of course, auto racing! He turned his dream of owning fast-track cars into a reality, never guessing that his love for going fast would help speed his way to a cure. 

Born and raised in the Tar Heel State, David currently resides in Cary, North Carolina. Diagnosed with limb onset ALS in October 2017, David’s condition continues to progress. To maintain mobility and independence, David uses the Edge® 3 Power Wheelchair. He likes that the power wheelchair is extremely maneuverable and easy to operate, even with his paralyzed hands and limited arm mobility.

Using iLevel® on His Motorized Wheelchair

David’s favorite feature on his motorized wheelchair is iLevel® Power Adjustable Seat Height. Due to his muscle loss, it became impossible for David to raise or lower himself from standard seat height.

“iLevel was a must to enable independent transfers,” David said.

iLevel technology also helps David’s caregivers in assisting him with daily tasks. iLevel has mental benefits as well.

“At 6 foot, 4 inches tall, sitting near the altitude and viewpoint I’ve experienced my whole life is psychologically beneficial,” David said.

Music and Racing

Passionate about music and sound, David spent years drumming in bands and served as an audio engineer, editor and mixer. Today, David still enjoys listening to music, using it as a form of therapy, he says. He can also adjust his power chair to locate the perfect tonal sweet spot!

Besides his love for music, David loves nothing more than a good race. Not long after his ALS diagnosis, David and his brother, Scott, decided to make their bucket list dream a reality. They acquired a pair of fast-track cars and began participating in High Performance Driving Events (HPDE) at regional road courses. 

David Lloyd and his brother started an organization called Racing for ALS

Within the racing community, David and Scott discovered opportunities to build awareness and raise funds for care and a cure for ALS. Their organization, Racing for ALS, has raised nearly $125,000 for ALS pharmaceutical research by ALS TDI and has additionally delivered $1,000 grants directly to 25 ALS patients to offset medical equipment, home modifications and care costs.

The third annual “Dave’s Race” will take place at the Virginia International Raceway on May 28. All driver registration fees go directly to ALS TDI. Through this event, David hopes to raise additional funds for research.

“I’m thankful that my Quantum power chair will allow me to safely attend and participate,” David said.

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Quantum Holds Valentine’s Day Contest

CAN YOU FEEL THE LOVE? It’s contest time! One lucky person will win a Quantum® backup camera. Here’s how you can win!

If you own a Quantum Power Wheelchair with a Q-Logic 3 controller, see if you can find all the items hidden in the photo posted today on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Find all the items, post the total number of items in the comments of the post. Do this by Feb. 15. All correct guesses are included in a random drawing on Feb. 16. The lucky winner gets a backup camera installed by Quantum Rehab. No purchase necessary. See the complete rules below.

Hint: the three hearts on the door count as 3 items.

Note: the border hearts are decorative only. They do not count.

Rules for Facebook and Instagram

  1. Find all the items hidden in the photo posted on Instagram and Facebook
  2. Comment with the TOTAL NUMBER of items in the photo (i.e. 10, 20, 40) by Feb. 15
  3. All correct guesses are automatically included in a random drawing, held on Feb. 16
  4. A winner will be randomly selected
  5. A Quantum representative near the winner’s location will install the backup camera onto their power chair
  6. All participants must own a Quantum Power Wheelchair with the Q-Logic 3 controller

Rules for Twitter

  1. Find all the items hidden in the photo posted on Twitter
  2. Tweet us with the TOTAL NUMBER of items in the photo (i.e. 10, 20, 40) by Feb. 15 with hashtag #FeelTheLove
  3. All correct guesses are automatically included in a random drawing, held on Feb. 16
  4. A winner will be randomly selected
  5. A Quantum representative near the winner’s location will install the backup camera onto their power chair
  6. All participants must own a Quantum Power Wheelchair with the Q-Logic 3 controller

What is the Quantum Camera?

The Quantum camera is one of our must-have Quantum wheelchair accessories. It is a motorized backup camera with many uses,  promoting safety with a rear viewing angle of 170 degrees. The Quantum camera has many benefits, including multiple mounting options, infrared capabilities for use at night and increased safety and visibility. This motorized backup camera takes the guesswork out of reversing your power wheelchair, allowing you to see door frames, pets and small children as you back up.

How Much Does the Quantum Camera Cost?

Our authorized Quantum® dealers can help you learn more about the cost of the Quantum camera and answer any questions you have. If you already have a Quantum Power Chair, give your local dealer a call. They are happy to help answer your questions. You may also ask to set up an appointment with your dealer to try out the Quantum camera for yourself.

The Quantum backup camera

If you aren’t sure who your local dealer is, contact us by phone, email, live chat or on social media with your power wheelchair’s serial number. We can use it to look up who your provider is, as well as their contact information. Your serial number consists of a combination of fourteen letters and numbers, starting with the letter J. The serial number is on a white barcode sticker on your motorized wheelchair’s base. You may need to remove the rear shroud.

Where Can I Buy the Quantum Camera?

Contact your local Quantum dealer to purchase a motorized backup camera. If you move or are out of town and want to purchase a Quantum backup camera, you can easily find a dealer near you.

Quantum backup camera
  • Visit quantumrehab.com
  • Click Find a Dealer at the top of the page
  • Enter your address or zip code into the search bar
  • Click the Find Stores button

This brings up a list of dealers near you and their address and phone number. Contact a dealer and buy the Quantum backup camera today!

How to Install the Quantum Camera?

Once you purchase your motorized backup camera, your provider can assist in installing it. We don’t recommend anyone other than an authorized provider install the camera.

Where to Buy Quantum Wheelchair Accessories

Quantum Rehab® works with dealers across the country and around the world that sell power wheelchair accessories. Finding a dealer near you is simple and we break down the process for you in this article.

Buying Quantum Wheelchair Accessories Near You

We offer different wheelchair accessories, including the Quantum Backup Camera

When you’re ready to browse or purchase power wheelchair accessories, you must contact your local authorized Quantum Rehab® dealer. If you are unsure who your dealer is, we can help you find out. Contact us with your power wheelchair’s serial number. We can look up your dealer and their contact information.

You can find the serial number for your power chair on the back of the motorized wheelchair’s base. Remove the rear shroud and look for a white barcode sticker. The serial number begins with the letter J and is fourteen characters long. You can also find the serial number on a white barcode sticker on either the first or last page of the owner’s manual.

How to Use the Quantum Rehab Dealer Locator

If you move or go out of town and want to buy power wheelchair accessories, you can easily find a dealer near you by using our dealer locator.

woman lounging with laptop and cup of coffee on the bed
Log on to quantumrehab.com to begin your dealer search
  • First, visit quantumrehab.com
  • Next, click on the Find a Dealer button in the upper left corner of the homepage
  • Once on the dealer locator page, enter your ZIP code or address and hit Find Stores
  • This takes you to a list of authorized Quantum wheelchair accessories providers near your ZIP code or address

You can adjust the mileage box to find a provider that is as close as five miles or as far as 100 miles from the entered ZIP code or address.

Buying Power Wheelchair Accessories Abroad

If you live outside of the United States, you can purchase Quantum wheelchair accessories from one of our international dealers. The process differs but it’s just as simple.

Contact us or one of our international subsidiaries, nearest to where you live. Let us know that you want to buy accessories for your motorized wheelchair. A dealer local to your area will contact you.