T-Stools are the tools of choice when working with individuals on balance reactions, trunk control, sensory integration responses, focused attention and proprioceptive responses. Our height adjustable T-Stool is made from institutional quality wood, durable and long lasting steel for ongoing use. The T-Stools are height adjustable to fit a range of users.
The height adjustable T-Stool may be used to encourage balance as well as develop integrative and perceptual motor skills. The five position button lock enables the stool height to be adjusted from 10.75" to 16" to accommodate children and adults. The wooden seat is 10.75" in diameter.
**NEW** Heavy Duty Rubber Tip prevents slipping.
Bailey Height Adjustable T-Stool Specifications:
- Easy to clean
Seat measures 10.75" in diameter
5 position button lock
Seat height adjusts from 10.75" to 16"
**NEW** Heavy Duty Rubber Tip
- Weight Capacity: 200 lbs
Frequently Asked Questions:
Why would someone need to use a T stool?
A child who is working to refine balance responses might use a T-Stool. A child who does not typically keep his feet on the floor and has difficult attending to school work and sustained seatwork tasks might also use the T-stool as an alternative to a regular chair.
How should the T-stool be set up for a child with special needs?
The height of the T stool should facilitate a position of 90° of flexion at the hips, knees, and ankles. The child's feet should be firmly planted on the floor. The leg of the T-stool is adjustable in height to accommodate children of different ages. The rubber tip on the bottom of the leg ensures it will not slip on the floor.
What are the benefits are using a T-stool?
To maintain balance, the child needs to keep their on the floor. Use of a T stool may facilitate this grounded position. As with therapy balls, the child's posture should be monitored to make sure the unusual option is not feeding any abnormal postural patterns.