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Double Leg Height Adjustable T-Stool

    Double Leg Height Adjustable T-Stool

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    Double Leg Height Adjustable T-Stool

    $68.95
    SKU# E12121
    The Double Leg Height Adjustable T-Stool is great for promoting balance reactions, trunk control, sensory integration responses, and focused attention. Ships in 1 week
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    The Double Leg Height Adjustable T-Stool gives users a little extra stability as they work on balance reactions, trunk control, and other sensory integration responses. By allowing for active seating, children can rock and wobble as they sit, helping them focus attention and get the proprioceptive stimulus that they may be craving. The Double Leg Height Adjustable T-Stool has a minimum height of 10 inches which can be increased in 2-inch increments up to 14 inches. The seat measures 9.5 inches wide and 5.5 inches deep. It features construction made of institutional quality wood, PVC piping and steel material.
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    SKU# E12121

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    Double Leg Height Adjustable T-Stool Specifications:

    • Seat Dimensions: 9.5” x 5.5” Seat,
    • Height: Adjustable – 10”, 12”, 14”
    • Weight Capacity: 150 lbs
    • Construction: Institutional-quality wood, PVC piping and steel material

     

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    T-Stool for Beginners
    My son has very poor balance so we use T-Stools to help improve his balance skills and build strength in his core. But when he stims or becomes aggravated, there is always the risk he is going to lose his balance and fall over. The two legs on these stools is like a beginner's version of the T-Stool. Instead of having to balance himself in four directions, he only has to focus on two. He uses the T-stool at school so he can participate with the other children in his class using the one leg T-Stools. Review by Donna / (Posted on 7/7/2016)