The Convaid Cruiser Transit Stroller with Scout Option is a stroller designed for children with special needs to mobilize them. Lightweight but durable all-terrain stroller. Foldable for easy transport. Provides up to 5 years of growth.
Seat2Go is a floor sitter and positioning seat designed for use by children with balance, neurological, or severe physical disabilities. This soft support has a contoured seat that prevents the child from sliding forward and improves seating posture. It can be used on the floor, in a chair, or as a stroller insert. Features include a 95-degree seat to back angle, double strap trunk support and belt, and fastening straps to secure the seat to any other chair and that store in the back pocket when
Special Tomato Large Multi-Positioning Seat (MPS) Car Seat provides proper seating support for children. It has been crash tested and is safe for use in the car. It has a soft, lightweight, and durable seating surface with cushions that allow for customized support. The cushion moves up and down on a hook and loop track allowing for children's growth and provides proper alignment of the child's pelvis.
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: A solid seat insert for the over-sized strollers with fabric seats. A wooden solid seat and back are built to rest on the metal rails of the stroller. It's covered with foam and an abductor block is attached to the front of the seat. The back can be flat or have angled side as scapular bars. Trunk supports and side blocks can be added if needed. Cover with vinyl. Includes pictures and drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Woodworking. AUTHOR: Adrienne Bergen TITLE
The Thomashilfen EASyS Stroller is a child's stroller with a positioning seating system designed for use by children with neurological, mobility or severe physical disabilities. The stroller consists of a lightweight folding A-Chassis frame and the EASyS modular seating system. This stroller includes the Balance Safety System (BSS) to reduces the risk of the stroller tipping over by automatically sliding the seat forward when reclining the backrest, which shifts the center of gravity to a more s