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Category Archives: Adaptive Equipment

Therapy swings, explained

Written on March 18, 2019 at 12:05 pm, by

When you really think about the world of a child, swings are everywhere. From playgrounds to clinics, classrooms and even our website, swings are everywhere. Not only are they fun for any kiddo, but they’re also hailed as a standard of therapy for children of just about every ability. But… why is something so simple… CONTINUE READING

What’s the difference between special needs strollers and wheelchairs?

Written on March 4, 2019 at 11:43 am, by

For individuals with limited mobility, assistive transportation is a must. There is not always a lot of readily available information as to which adaptive equipment may be right for your child. According to Emily Martin, OT, the main difference between strollers and wheelchairs is oftentimes an age thing. For example, an occupational therapist may recommend… CONTINUE READING

Why adaptive bikes and tricycles?

Written on February 22, 2019 at 3:48 pm, by

As humans, exercise is kind of important. You can see a lot of advertisements by giant sports companies about the importance of getting things done, “13.1” half-marathon accomplishment stickers on the backs of cars, and devices that track our daily movement. Exercise, to us as human beings, is pretty important. For individuals with special needs… CONTINUE READING