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    Great idea! TiLite is happy to be part of the new Manufacturer & Vendor Forum!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TiLite View Post
    Great idea! TiLite is happy to be part of the new Manufacturer & Vendor Forum!
    Well, I really want a Ti. What chairs are covered by Medicare/Medicaid? I want a rigid chair and some adjustment.

    I had a guy come out last week and he's pushing chairs that are right around 28 pounds! The chair I'm in is off the shelf and, I think, 33 pounds. That won't help my shoulders, wrists, or back. It's getting really hard to get enough omph into my pushes

    He told me I couldn't get a rigid chair, along with some other things that I think were BS!
    I'm not getting any younger, so I want as light as will be approved. He was pushing Invacare My On Series and a Quickie QXi. I said NO Quickies because I have read a lot of negative about them, how cheaply built, breaks all the time etc. So, until they get their quality improved, they are off my list.

    This guy promised a demo chair this week. I'm still waiting. If I didn't post this in the right place, go ahead and move it. Please let me know where it was moved to I was just so excited to see a Ti person and that's my number 1 choice.

    K9
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    I see you are located in Cleveland Ohio. I'm including a link from our web site so you can locate a dealer in your area that carries TiLite chairs. Depending on what your needs are will depend on what chairs Medicare/Medicaid will cover. It's best to get with a dealer you trust and who knows TiLite products and they will be able to be your best advocate. Here is our link and I hope that this helps. Don't give up, you're worth it. http://www.tilite.com/customerservice_dealerlocator.php
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    k9, I was at metro Monday night speaking. should have stopped in. I could have walked you through a bit.
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