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mildred h. from kinston, nc (caregiver)
This cushion is used by my husband who is 92. He sits in his wheel chair all day. This cushion is more comfortable and he is not as red as he was.
We haven't had it long enough to tell.
Same as above.
Reviewed on 07/30/2012
richard r. from appleton, wi (caregiver)
User of the product has Parkinson’s and is non-ambulatory, spending all her awake time in either the wheel chair or lift chair.
Very impressed with the quality of the product, the instructions and the products cover.
It is very thick (which I suppose is one reason it works so well) but turns out to be too thick to work satisfactorily in our lift chair.
Reviewed on 03/17/2012
jean s. from corona, ca
94 YEARS OLD, WORN OUT KNEES. OTHERWISE EXCELLANT MENTAL + PHYSICAL CONDITION.
NICE PRODUCT IF YOU ARE VERY TALL.
TOO THICK FOR ME. HAD TO "CLIMB" ONTO SEAT. UNABLE TO DO. STILL LOOKING FOR A PAD.
Reviewed on 03/16/2011
janet t. from herington, ks
70 yrs, double bka, prothesis legs, lower back surgery,upper surgery at base of skull
don't know yet
Reviewed on 04/28/2009
santana l. from temecula, ca
44 years old - I had a car accident six years ago and cannot walk.
The cushions in the seat.
Reviewed on 10/23/2006
robert w. from gambrills, md
I'm a quadraplegic.
The foam lets your rear end breath. That's specially good in the summer time. And the portion thats cut out at the tail bone area keeps those sores away.
The foam flattens out after 6 months or so.
Reviewed on 09/26/2006
edward y. from greencastle, in
66, double leg amputee, 160 lb. weight
ease of cleaning seated comfort less expensive than Roho and others
slides - needs better bottom grip
Reviewed on 09/24/2006