BRODA’s Pedal Rocker, model 48R, provides exceptional comfort and is ergonomically designed to encourage self-mobility for individuals requiring long term care. It creates a calming, soothing effect for agitated individuals, through gentle rocking. BRODA’s unique Comfort Tension Seating® system provides pressure redistribution and air flow for increased sitting comfort and support
Featuring up to 18° of infinitely adjustable seat tilt (up to 33° when using both tilt and rocking function together), the Pedal Rocker provides safe and comfortable positioning without the use of restraints. Our front pivot seat tilt helps maintain the user’s foot on floor position for safe self-propelling while tilted. (Adjustable seat to floor height from 14” – 19” accommodates both short and tall users)
Offering excellent benefits for both patients and caregivers, the Pedal Rocker is ideal for:
Promoting independence and mild exercise – a safe and stable alternative to an indoor wheelchair
Improved posture, feeding, breathing and overall comfort
Individuals who are transitioning from independent ambulation to an assistive device while maximizing mobility and independence.
Individuals requiring Low to Moderate levels of nursing care.
Alzheimer’s/Dementia users who may like to rock or are agitated and have a tendency to wander- Good for Alzheimer’s/Dementia wards within a facility.
If you would like an alternate color than ones offered in drop down menu, please type in color choice in the additional information boxes provided in the store information page. Estimated delivery time 2-3 weeks.
Standard Features of the Latitude:
16″, 18″ or 20″ Seat Width
Standard Padding Package
Comfort Tension Seating®
17″ Seat Depth
Up to 18° Infinitely Adjustable Seat Tilt (up to 33° tilt with rocking)
Height Adjustable Arms (Range of 6″, Increments of 5/8″)
Knowing his mom is safe and comfortable in her BRODA Chair, gives Bill Laidlaw peace of mind
There is no more difficult decision for a child to make. Bill’s mother, Isobel, had been a very active volunteer with the Toronto Junior League, the inner wheel with the Toronto Rotary Club and at Humber Valley United Church. But after 84 years of independence and productivity,the signs and symptoms of dementia were there. Bill and his family made the decision to move their Mom, first to a retiremen… Read more
Bill LaidlawExecutive DirectorCanadian Assistive Devices AssociationToronto, ON