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For use on smooth ground, use harder tyres Q Q Harder tyres (which deform less) have lower rolling Harder/solid tyres provide little shock absorption. resistance on smooth ground than softer tyres, all other Q Solid tyres are diﬃcult to repair or replace (unless a supply of replacement parts is available). factors being equal. Q Solid tyres can never fail the user by being punctured. e. they deform cause additional ﬂexing of the tyre and thus higher but return to shape slowly, such as solid foam tyres or rolling resistance.
G. steel, steel/ aluminium alloy or other metal). Reducing weight has a direct effect on durability and cost. Design and size are equally important, foldable and smaller wheelchairs being easier to carry. 11. 11. Aim: to make it easier to transport the wheelchair Advantages Q Q Q Q Q Disadvantages By reducing the weight of the wheelchair Q Greater convenient for the user and family members/ Reduced durability. caregivers. Greater mobility and productivity. e. cross-folding frame, folding backrest) to make the wheelchair more compact for transporting Q Makes the wheelchair easier to carry and transport.
4. Wheelchair user at policy and implementation level in Uganda In Uganda, a wheelchair provision stakeholders’ meeting was held in 2004, hosted by the Ministry of Health and sponsored by the Norwegian Association for the Disabled. This allowed users, disabled people’s organizations, producers, government departments and donors to contribute their perspectives on the current situation of wheelchair provision, to agree on long-term goals, and to plan how to achieve them. The meeting led to the appointment of a wheelchair user as Wheelchair Project Oﬃcer within the Ministry of Health.