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An innovative, children designed wheelchair, to fit semi active children with less postural needs, estimated for ages 5 to 9, in urban and semi-urban areas. It was developed under the directions of the professional team of the ALYN Pediatrics Rehabilitation Hospital,and complies with ISO 7176 and EN 12183 International Standards The chair features a compelling design, light weight, very low maintenance, high durability, and the affordable tag price of $100 at less developed environments. Delivered with cushion ,safety belt and anti tilt device.

The WhizKid Wheeled Postural Support System combines two great products to create the perfect mobility solution for disabled children (and adults) with postural support needs in low resourced settings. WhizKid attaches the D-Seat, designed by Diversability Development Organization (DDO), to Whirlwind’s acclaimed RoughRider® all-terrain wheelchair, making it easy for children to push themselves, or be pushed, over ground that would be difficult or impossible to traverse in a standard wheelchair. The design is consistent with the World Health Organization Guidelines on the Provision of Manual Wheelchairs in Less-Resourced Settings and perfectly complements the Wheelchair Service Training Packages. The complete WhizKid has been built on a modular format which enables creative customization. Features: Adjustable seat depth Adjustable seat width Adjustable backrest height Adjustable seat to back angle Adjustable tilt angle Adjustable height, width and depth of Lateral Trunk Supports, Abductor, Lateral Pelvic Support, Headrest, padded straps (shoulder, chest, lap, foot) customizable cushion removable tray The WhizKid is available for all ages. The quick release feature of the D-Seat and the folding mechanism of the RoughRider facilitate easy transportation. Optional parts are also available for further customization. For product inquiries please contact DDO at info@diversable.org or Whirlwind Wheelchair International at info@whirlwindwheelchair.org Important: This product must be fitted by trained service providers. Given a trained and creative provider, WhizKid could be used to develop many creative seating solutions. A service provider with limited knowledge and skills can improve through direct training and supervised practice.

The D-Xjunior is a four-wheel folding frame wheelchair designed for children in urban environment in low resourced settings. All D-Xjunior wheelchairs are provided with a D-Slim wheelchair pressure relief cushion. Features: Steel frame available in two sizes Adjustable seat depth Adjustable backrest height Adjustable footrest height Tension adjustable backrest upholstery Flip – up footplates Removable armrests with armrest padding D-Slim pressure relief cushion included with every wheelchair Note: The product requires adaptation for users with postural support needs Specifications: Seat width 12” (30cm), 14” (35cm) Seat depth 11” (28cm), 13” (33cm), adjustable Backrest height 12” (30cm), 14” (35cm), 16” (40cm), adjustable Castor wheel 6” x 1” solid tyre castor wheel Rear wheel 22” x 13/8” pneumatic tyre Mag wheel, Chromium plated steel hand rim or 20″ x 1.75″ pneumatic tyre wheel, Chromium plated steel hand rim Toolkit Included Approximate product weight 14.5-15kg/ 32-33lb Weight capacity 84kg/ 185lb Tested according to ISO7176 CE marked US$170 FOB. Price subject to change without notice. Please Note: The D–Xjunior Wheelchair design is the property of Diversability Development Organization. No part of this design, including all original concepts and ideas contained herein, may be reproduced or transmitted in any form, or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose without the express written permission of Diversability Development Organization.

The D-Xbasic is a four-wheel folding frame wheelchair designed for urban environment in low resourced settings. D-Xbasic is compliant with WHO Guidelines and Training. All D-Xbasic wheelchairs are provided with a D-Slim wheelchair pressure relief cushion. Features: Steel frame available in three sizes Adjustable seat depth Adjustable backrest height Adjustable footrest height Tension adjustable backrest upholstery Removable composite footplates with heel loops Flip – up armrests with armrest padding Quick release rear wheels with two axle positions D-Slim pressure relief cushion included with every D-Xbasic wheelchair Note: The product requires adaptation for users with postural support needs Specifications: Seat width 14” (35cm), 16” (40cm), 18” (46cm) Seat depth 14” ½ (37cm), 16” ½ (42cm), adjustable Backrest height 13” (33.5cm), 15” (38.5cm), 17” (43.5cm), adjustable Castor wheel 6” x 1” solid tyre castor wheel Rear wheel 24” x 13/8” solid tyre rear wheel, Aluminium hand rim, quick release axle Toolkit Included Approximate product weight 17kg/ 37lb Weight capacity 114kg/ 250lb Tested according to ISO7176 Yes CE marked US$175 FOB. Price subject to change without notice. Please Note: The D – Xbasic Wheelchair design is the property of Diversability Development Organization. No part of this design, including all original concepts and ideas contained herein, may be reproduced or transmitted in any form, or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose without the express written permission of Diversability Development Organization.

GEN_3 is the latest evolution of our GEN_2 concept. Our goal was to add a folding component to our wheelchair, as this was this largest request we received from the field upon seeking feedback from our first two iterations of wheelchairs. We designed GEN_3 to be just as adjustable as the Gen_2, but allow for wheelchair users and family members to fold for easier storage and transport. It allows adjustments to its width, seat length, backrest height and is capable of a large range of footrest positions. We can configure it to give optimum postural support for users with special needs. The rear wheels have been positioned to make movement more efficient thus facilitating travel over long distances.

The Leveraged Freedom Chair (LFC) is the mountain bike of wheelchairs. LFC riders push levers instead of the wheels, giving them the torque they need to travel on rough terrain. For indoor use, the levers can be removed and stored on the frame, and the rider can push on the pushrims.