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Thanks for the responses. It’s a ROHO low profile with hand pump to inflate so no power cord. How is it working for your LO Frebrowser? I understand not the cure all and getting up frequently is still required.
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We use a wheelchair cushion in a recliner. It tends to move around a little, so one has to nudge it back where it belongs before sitting down.

If yours has a power cord, you'll need to be aware of where the cord is, so it doesn't get caught up in the recliner mechanism.
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Mainly used to relieve/prevent pressure injuries. So yeah, can't see why not put on any seat the person uses... unless it would make them slide forward in an unsafe way? (I wouldn't think so, but check).

Any OTs out there?
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Dear "Sweetstuff,"

I've never used the ROHO cushion but I have seen the "ROHO Personal Recliner Cushioning System" through Southwest Medical's website.
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