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wheelchair

Med a special chair mounted on large wheels, for use by invalids or others for whom walking is impossible or temporarily inadvisable
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An Electric Wheelchair or powered wheelchair is known for their design that includes an electric motor to provide better mobility.
Shore has moved from friend and supporter of the organization to board member," said Free Wheelchair Mission Board Chair Stuart Rattray.
Nyiramahirwe Valentine, the spouse Muhayimana Erneste from Kicukiro district who has spent a year without a wheelchair.
"Most users are not familiar with the proper procedures in the effective use of their wheelchair that is why there are some who accidentally falls or tips over while using them.
Earlier, national wheelchair cricket team had a meeting with Punjab Minister for Sport in his office.
Caption: Wheelchairs are assessed on Free Wheelchair Mission's wheelchair test track at the nonprofit's headquarters in Irvine, Calif.
Arbab had started working on the wheelchair as a term project in 2015 while he was a student of BS at the University of Engineering and Technology (UET) Faisalabad.
"They should take the opportunity as Paralympics hosts to increase the number of wheelchair accessible vehicles in their public transport.
He said he was still denied entry to his flight despite switching to a standard wheelchair, even after disconnecting the batteries from his wheelchair. 
Sotira -- Ayia Napa: Agia Thekla (Floating Wheelchair).
Published in November, the study found that wheelchair users are a third more likely to die in such incidents than people not in wheelchairs.
IT'S great to see non-disabled people trying to understand what life's like for us wheelchair users.