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How to Maintain Your Foam Wheelchair Cushion

Foam is the most common material in wheelchair cushions. In this short video, you'll learn why that is, and how you can get the most life out of yours with a few easy maintenance tips.

Presented by Faith Brown, Clinical Specialist Occupational Therapist (OT), Clinical Educator - United Kingdom and Éire

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