Make sure that the wheelchair measurements will provide you with a comfortable fit and give you enough room to move around while seated in it.
2. Seat Type:
Select the most appropriate seat type for your needs such as reclining, tilt-in-space, or fixed-position seating systems.
Make sure that the wheelchair can be adjusted according to your needs and preferences, such as changing seat height, back angle, and armrest positions.
Check for features that provide you with greater control over your mobility like power tilt, power recline, independent leg elevation, and adjustable footplates.
Test the seat cushion to ensure that it will provide you with adequate comfort and support.
Make sure that all safety features, such as anti-tip wheels, are present on the power wheelchair.
Check for durable materials like steel frames and heavy-duty casters to ensure that the power wheelchair will last for many years.
Be sure to review the warranty information to ensure that you are covered in case of any malfunctions or damages.
9. Mobility Needs:
Consider your current mobility needs as well as any possible changes in the future such as growth and weight gain, when selecting a power wheelchair.
Consider the overall cost of the power wheelchair and any additional costs associated with accessories or maintenance.