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Care backWheelchair Back

Lateral support with customizable foam insert

The JAY® Care back was designed to accommodate a client with a fixed kyphotic thoracic spine by providing built-in lateral support, 39° of angle adjustability, and a customisable foam insert in a contoured shell.

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JAY Care Wheelchair Lateral Support
Soft, Segmented Foam

Soft, Segmented Foam

The Care's soft foam insert is segmented, making it easy to cut away and modify to accommodate unique needs and shapes. This ability to customize reduces peak pressures and increases comfort, helping to prevent skin breakdown, specifically along the spine.
Durable Shell with 4

Durable Shell with 4" of Built-In Lateral Support

The Care features a contoured shell with 4" of built-in lateral support to accommodate and help prevent further progression of spinal asymmetries.
39° of Angle Adjustability

39° of Angle Adjustability

With 39° of angle adjustability, the Care's four-point mounting hardware increases visual orientation and improves the digestion and respiratory function of individuals with fixed kyphotic postures
Dimensions
Width:34 - 45cm
Height:42 - 48 cm
Depth:10 cm
Weights
Maximum User Weight:113 kg
Product Options
Cover Type:Air Exchange / Microclimatic

As a part of our ongoing product improvement initiative, Sunrise Medical reserves the right to change specifications and design without notice. Further, not all features and options offered are compatible with all configurations of the wheelchair. Please consult the user instruction manual for more information.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes like all gels. That's why we recommend not to forget a gel cushion in a car in a very cold weather. If you forget it, then leave it at room temperature so the gel regains its fluidity.

Occupational therapists are the reference people to assist you and advise you to have a good positioning with the right equipment.

They are numerous. We will note: the postural support and a good alignment of the back structure, the improvement of the pressure distribution, the stability, the comfort and the functionality.

They are many and varied. We will retain the main ones: immobility, pressure, friction on the skin, heat, perspiration, humidity, low nutrition, dehydration, atrophied muscles, aging of the skin ...

Positioning is a clinical process aimed at placing a person with postural disorders in a posture required by means of assistive devices (including a backrest and a cushion). The goal: a better quality of life for people with reduced mobility

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