The Adjustable Wedge, model 1775, is a therapeutic wedge that affords orthopedically and neurologically involved children the freedom of arm and leg movement while in the prone position. The front and rear legs of the wedge can be adjusted to the proper height of the child with single button locks. The features include side rails for carrying and securing the positioning straps, a Naugahyde covered foam padded top for firm, yet comfortable support. In addition, the wedge is equipped with a remov
Balance Wedges are inflatable wedge-shaped cushions made for people with physical and mobility disabilities to use in a classroom to give the student a better seated position. It has the dynamics of a ball while providing comfort and support. It is designed to fit on any chair, ease back strain, and reduce the fatigue of prolonged sitting.
These Folding Inclines are functional and versatile ramps designed for users to work on their gross motor skills. Can be used with toddlers to adults with disabilities affecting movement or motor skills. They are used at all levels and as skill builders.
Ziggy is one-of-a-kind cushion that can be used for positioning, support, comfort and imaginative play.
The Komfort Kush is wedge foam seat cushion with a center rear cutout designed to relieve pressure in cases of hermorrhoids, injury to or surgery on the coccyx or anal area and post-pregnancy. This cushion slopes from the back of the seat to the front to tilt the user's pelvis slightly forward to restore the spine's natural lumber curve. It is constructed of high density poly foam with an ultra-suede cover that is removable for easy cleanup. It has a non-slip bottom and a carrying handle for eas
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Prevents a child positioned on a wedge cushion from rolling over or sliding down in seat. For use in conjunction with a 10 by 5 inch Tiny Tot wedge. Wooden box has two 20 by 10 inch sides mounted on a base 20 by 13 inches. Includes photograph. SKILLS REQUIRED: Woodworking. AUTHOR: Glickman, L. TITLE: Physical Therapy. REF: Journal: Vol 61 No 1, January. 1981.
The Worm is a positional device designed for use with children from 1 to 6 years of age with upper and lower extremity motor control as a result of neurological impairments, cerebral palsy and developmental delays. The unique shape of this balance roll allows more movement possibilities and can encourage imaginative play.