Seating

Adaptive Mobility Seating

The special needs adaptive seating systems offers children the ability to participate in classroom and home activities using a variety of solutions based on the specific positioning or support needs. Whether your needs are for upper or lower body support or encouraging sitting skills while participating in other activities.

  • Activity Chair

    Adaptive seating is a big part of pediatric and school-based therapy. Active sitting chairs, provide unique features and prompts, support postures that enable. Sitting is an active range of postures that enables the mind to think, the eyes to see, and the head, arms and hands to accomplish a task.

  • Benches

    Therapists use benches in physical, occupational and speech therapy, particularly when the child needs
    a stable sitting surface to achieve maximum arm and hand movements for play, learning, and daily living activities.

    Benches are ideal for home, therapy, or school programs and for children who do not need back support in sitting but need a firm seat that can be adjusted so that the child’s feet rest on the floor.

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