The Pride Go Chair New Generation is suitable for individuals with concentrated mobility concerns resulting from conditions like heart disease, stroke, or brain injury. Individuals who use this chair may exhibit chronic issues such as large-scale weakness, decreased muscle tone, and range of motion that prevent them from ambulating independently. This is best-suited for those who have intact cognition, safety awareness, and judgment in order to properly navigate their environment. A small footrest can be folded up while individuals get on and off the chair, but they should be able to use this feature on their own to safely rest their feet while the chair is in motion. Individuals who use this chair should also have adequate trunk strength to ensure that they can stay upright and remain in control of their mobility, also due in part to the open-back style. Armrests can be used to help shift in the chair to relieve pressure on the skin and joints. This is an ideal power chair for individuals who need long-term or short-term assistance with chronic health concerns.