Pediatrics


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Mini Standy DJ

Mini Standy DJ

Here’s a stander that kids can really rock! The Ormesa Mini Standy DJ combines the many clinical, cognitive and social benefits of standing with engaging music generated by an audio device under the stander’s platform. As the child is in the stander, he/she hears the music and feels the music’s vibrations through the stander’s supports, platform and table. More entertainment can mean more time spent standing! The Mini Standy DJ comes in three sizes for kids from 29" to 59" tall.

  • (800) 327-0681

Columbia Medical

P Pod

P Pod

This adorable twist on casual beanbag-style seating gives children the chance to get out of their wheelchairs while maintaining the postural support they need. The P Pod is available in four sizes, and its liners can be fitted to accommodate a child’s growth. The system features lightweight, removable covers and a family-friendly appeal that helps P Pod to fit perfectly into living rooms or playrooms so kids who use wheelchairs can kick back and relax in style.

  • (800) 454-6612

Ki Mobility

Rogue Xp

Rogue Xp

Designed for adolescents (in up to five different colors!), the rigid Rogue Xp uses features from the adult Rogue and pediatric Little Wave Clik. The Xp adjusts in seat width/height, center of gravity, seat upholstery and seat pans. It’s crafted of 1 3/8" 7000 series aluminum to stand up to the active lives of teens and young adults.

  • (800) 981-1540

Thomashilfen North America

Monza Booster

Monza Booster

The Recaro Monza Reha booster seat is designed to optimally position kids with special needs. It features adjustable lateral supports, a full-range positioning harness and a swivel base for easy, safe transport. The 12-lb. seat is easy to move between vehicles. The booster seat fits kids weighing 33.1 to 110.2 lbs.

  • (866) 870-2122

Leggero

REACH

REACH

The lightweight, foldable REACH stroller is available in 12", 14" and an innovative frame design so caregivers can fix the tilt angle at 10°, 20° or 30°. Up to 5" of depth growth is built into the seating system. Handlebar, back height, seat depth and hip/knee angles are easily adjustable.

  • (844) 503-5437

Ride Designs

Java Decaf

Java Decaf

Designed for kids, the Decaf can be flexed specifically to support the unique contours of a growing child’s body without losing seat depth and with accurate support contact through the pelvis, lumbar and thoracic spine. The Decaf is available in permanent or quick-release configurations. Patented FlexLoc hardware allows Decaf to be adjusted in multiple axes.

  • (866) 781-1633

Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare

Wallaby

Wallaby

Wallaby wheelchairs are bus-transit approved when used with headrest extensions and five-point harnesses. Available in 12" and 14" widths and 12" depths, the Wallaby has a powder-coated steel frame, nylon upholstery, pelvic belt with reversible cover, 22" rear and 6" front swivel rubber wheels, height-adjustable push handles and push-to-lock brakes.

  • (877) 224-0946

Stealth Products

i-Drive

iDrive

An advanced alternative drive control head array uses Stealth’s tried-and-true head positioning technology. A range of modifications can be made to customize the i-Drive, such as adding switches or embedding speakers into the headrest. Optional advanced programming software offers further individualization.

  • (800) 965-9229

Adaptive Engineering Lab

Pediatric Seating

Pediatric Seating

AEL seats and backrests can be made to order to fit any frame width, depth or back height needed for pediatric clients, with sizes typically ranging from 10" to 24". Choose from signature upholsteries, including breathable IsoLogic Air Mesh with Outlast Temperature-Regulating Coating. AEL also offers headrest, lateral, adductor and abductor pads.

  • (866) 656-1486

TiLite

TWIST

TWIST

An ATP & Clinician Best Pick of 2015:

I continue to be impressed with the TiLite TWIST. It is the most adjustable and lightweight pediatric chair around. Even in the teeny-tiny kids, the regular rear wheel configuration is working well, and they can access the wheels without the chair being tippy. I have yet to put a client into one who has not been successful. Parents also love the look of the chair. It’s such a minimal chair that you really see the kid and not the chair, even when we have to add some minor positioning components.

— Lauren Rosen, PT, MPT, MSMS, ATP/SMS, St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital of Tampa (Fla.)

  • (800) 545-2266

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