REHAdapt Engineering GmbH & Co. KG of Kassel at REHACARE 2017 in Düsseldorf -- REHACARE Trade Fair

REHAdapt Engineering GmbH & Co. KG

Heinrich-Hertz-Str. 104, 34123 Kassel
Germany

Telephone +49 561 51090422
Fax +49 561 51090421
office@rehadapt.com

Hall map

REHACARE 2017 hall map (Hall 5): stand B08

Fairground map

REHACARE 2017 fairground map: Hall 5

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 05  Communication
  • 05.03  Aids for speaking and speech impaired persons
  • 05.03.01  Eye control devices

Eye control devices

  • 05  Communication
  • 05.03  Aids for speaking and speech impaired persons
  • 05.03.02  Letter-boards and symbol-boards

Letter-boards and symbol-boards

  • 05  Communication
  • 05.03  Aids for speaking and speech impaired persons
  • 05.03.03  Communicators
  • 05  Communication
  • 05.03  Aids for speaking and speech impaired persons
  • 05.03.05  Software for augmentative communication

Software for augmentative communication

Our products

Product category: Communicators

Monty 3D QuickShift

Wheelchair mount with Universal Device Socket (UDS). For communication devices and notebooks. Fully 3D adjustable joints via ratchet-style handles - ergonomic and quick adjustment without tools. Ratchet swivel bearing for 3 pre-defined positions: operating, exiting, parking. Quick removal from the wheelchair by easily pulling upward. With backlash-free swivel functions (lever-locked).

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Product category: Eye control devices

Monty 3D product line

We offer a wide range of possibilities of mounting any kind of device onto any kind of wheelchair. Our system is easy to use and quick to adjust even without tools.

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Product category: Communicators

Light 3D product line

The L3D line offers lean and sleek design while still providing the core values of REHAdapt mounts, e.g. unlimited 3D-adjustability of the joints and aircraft grade, ultrastrong aluminium tubes.

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About us

Company details

The clients we serve with our mounting products are characterized as having “special needs”. Another common term is having “complex communication needs”. Do those labels really indicate there are different requirements than any other consumer? In many aspects the lines between consumer goods and Assistive Technology get blurry – as seen in the increasing use of iPads in the field. Still there is a difference between technology use of random consumers and persons with disabilities: the computer, access tool or communication aid often can’t be used if it is not positioned appropriately. Either it can be used in a certain setting, say, within that one wheelchair, nursery bed or standing device; or it is of no use at all. We have to make it work under all circumstances – alternatives are simply just not given.

That triggered REHAdapt to build a complete ecosystem of mounting components. In a smart, modular way we can mount more or less anything, anywhere and provide it at all phases of the day.

Yet the great challenge is not just that – any mechanical problem can get solved by throwing enough resources at it. The real touchstone is solving the problems without adding more complexity to the client’s life. In daily use, with various caregivers, in ever changing situations, the equipment needs to just work… intuitively, reliably, and simple.

We achieve that through our unique service concept, our design experience, the universality of our systems, with our high quality standards in production and our holistic view even on specific problems. What we achieve is truly special: serving complex needs with sophistication, but without increasing complexity.

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