PWC

(redirected from Power Wheelchair)
AcronymDefinition
PWCPricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP (accounting/consulting firm)
PWCPersonal Water Craft
PWCPhilosophy with Children
PWCPrince William County (Virginia, USA)
PWCPartnership with Children (various organizations)
PWCPartnering with Communities (various organizations)
PWCPratt & Whitney Canada (division of United Technologies Corporation)
PWCPacific West Conference (intercollegiate college athletic conference)
PWCPower Wheelchair
PWCPeople Who Connect (international club)
PWCProceed with Caution
PWCPublic Works Center
PWCPublic Warehousing Company (of Kuwait)
PWCPhysics with Computers
PWCParent with Care
PWCPeople Working Cooperatively (Cincinnati, Ohio)
PWCPacific Warfighting Center (US Navy)
PWCPhysicians Who Care (various locations)
PWCPublic Works Canada (Government of Canada)
PWCPrototype Window Class (computing)
PWCPreferential Weld Corrosion (carbon steel)
PWCPiecewise Constant
PWCPublic Works Construction (standard specifications)
PWCProfessionals in Workers' Compensation
PWCProfessional Wedding Consultant
PWCPsychosocial Working Conditions (UK survey)
PWCPrince of Wales College (former school, Charlottetown, PEI, Canada)
PWCPressurized Water Reactor
PWCPurcell Wilderness Conservancy (provincial park; Canada)
PWCPersons With Chronic Fatigue
PWCPotable Water Cabinet (various companies)
PWCPosted without Comment
PWCPublic Works Contractor
PWCNational Organization of Physicians Who Care
PWCProfessional Women Controllers, Inc. (air traffic control specialists)
PWCPersonal Wireless Conference
PWCPolitical Warfare Committee
PWCPrimary Working Capital
PWCPale Western Cutworm
PWCProfessional Women's Caucus
PWCParkin-Wesley College (Australia)
PWCPrincipal Warfare Commander
PWCPacific War Council (WWII)
PWCPrimary/Program Work Code
PWCPinconning Wesleyan Church (Pinconning, Michigan)
PWCPersons With Crohn's (disease)
PWCPrimary Work Center
PWCPass with Credit
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When Cillian's parents realized buying a power wheelchair would be too expensive and won't be covered by insurance, they decided to turn to a high school robotics team for help instead.
Because mobility scooters provide less upper-body support, it's important , to factor in your strength and balance before choosing one over a power wheelchair. "You need to have sufficient < upper body strength to support yourself in an upright position," Barton says.
A power wheelchair can enable you to do more with less pain, less fatigue, and more mobility, but be sure you really need one before you invest in one.
The power wheelchair systems are characterized by front wheel drive, center wheel drive, and rear wheel drive, accommodating demand for different driving handling characteristics under different conditions.
It has now been revealed that a massive fraud was perpetrated on Medicare and US taxpayers.' Many of the power wheelchairs were given to Medicare beneficiaries who did not ask for them and did not need them, while various scammers made huge profits.
Scooters come in 3 or 4 wheel varieties and are operated by a set of handlebars as opposed to the joystick operation of a power wheelchair. Both power mobility scooters and power wheelchairs are commonly powered by a rechargeable battery that can be easily plugged into a wall outlet.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Wheelchair suppliers raised concerns Wednesday about a new government program that requires Medicare contractors to sign off before power wheelchairs can be delivered to elderly and disabled consumers.
A male wheelchair passenger boarded the LATV and positioned his mid-wheel-drive power wheelchair facing forward in the entry-door side (LATV direction of travel) securement station.
As they continue to age and possibly become physically disabled, many will turn to electric-powered wheelchairs and home mobility scooters not only to help overcome their physical limitations, but also for convenience and continued easy mobility--helping to drive up sales for the makers of power wheelchairs and scooters.
The Trust has secured a grant from the Community Foundation to purchase manual wheelchairs, which they have now at Monkton Stadium, and has a grant pending towards power wheelchair football.
Medicare spending for power wheelchairs, one of the program's most expensive items of durable medical equipment (DME), rose 450 percent from 1999 through 2003, while overall Medicare spending rose by about 11 percent for the same period, according to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).