A vendor came in today and mentioned a type of wheelchair that I have never seen before. The features of the chair allow a child with high or low tone movement.
I was wondering if any one reading this has seen this chair in action and can tell me if they like it or not?
The chair is called: “KidROCK” and it is a configurable rehab tilt in space push chair
available with the REACTION™ Dynamic Seating System
The Kids ROCK Active shown is configured with:
• Silver Metallic Frame
• Green & Black Upholstery
• Active Component
• Adjustable Depth Seat Pan
• Contoured Seat Cushion
• Config. Contoured Adj. Back System
• Tensioning Springs
• Adjustable Height Thin Profile Armrests
• 22″ Rear Wheels & 6″ Casters
• Active Elevating Legrest
• Quick Adjustable Footplate
• Adj. Height Folding Stroller Handle
• Lateral Pelvic/Thigh Supports
Features of Kids ROCK™ with
REACTION™ Dynamic Seating:
The Kids ROCK Chair with REACTION™ Dynamic Seatingallows the child to stretch at the hips and knees while maintaining proper postural alignment. When the child relaxes, they return to the proper position. Spring tension can be added if additional resistance is needed. Numerous accessories and options are available to fit the child and provide positioning support and freedom of movement.
• Twist handle to open or lock active feature.
• Adjustable range of movement and level of active resistance.
• Easy knee lock for multiple fixed knee angles
tiltTilt in Space: The ROCK Chair rotates around a point near the center of gravity providing stability and keeping the chair low to the ground
Easy adjustability: One tool adjustability for growth and positioning components.
folding back canesDynamic suspension: Built in shock absorbers. Range of movement and motion resistance are adjustable.
Folds for transport: Back cane folds down and rear wheels have quick release pins
Multiple positioning components: Accommodates many positioning options from a variety of manufacturers
Any thoughts??? Please share…
information found at: http://www.kidsupco.com/kidsrock.html