The frame can be adjusted to ensure a firm grip against the bath sides. The CLASSIC XL standing frame is a freestanding vertical stander, designed to enable the user to be safely raised from sitting to standing and then positively supported during their standing program. The seated wheelchair stair lifts are those which are generally used by people who have a problem with standing for long periods, or are completely disabled and cannot stand at all for example, people in wheel chairs. Features gait trainers, standing frames, toilet and bath aids.
Standing frame for disabled
Swing seats and swing sets deliver quintessential childhood memories — every child deserves to experience the sensation of flying through the air. Movement, like swinging, jumping, spinning and physical play is fun and great exercise, but it is also imperative to help those little bodies organize and regulate their sensory system, to develop posture, balance, vision, behavior regulation and calming techniques. An occupational therapist discovered that the connectivity between brain development, learning and vestibular systems greatly improves when children swing. The vestibular system is the relationship between balance and weight as it relates to other senses, like touch, sight and hearing. Most children develop sensory integration and body awareness quite seamlessly through normal play — but special needs kids require a few extra steps. Swinging and swaying helps to teach your child about sensory awareness — combining sight, sound, movement and the pull of gravity.
The Power of Sensory Swing
Children love to play outdoors. It is a wonderful place to test one's physical abilities and to just have fun. Keeping children safe outdoors requires some special precautions. Here are some tips for keeping children in your child care program safe outdoors.
See some of the other success stories of adaptive, accessible swing set projects from customer photos which some of our customers have proudly sent in. Installing an adaptive , accessible swing set is a great thing to do and is a fun project … and you will offer true freedom for both abled and disabled members of your community! Choose your own color scheme! Mix and match adaptive seats with infant seats or belt seats.