Child's Chair

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Adjustable Table And Chair For Child

---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To provide a custom adaptation of the Rawson Adjustable Chair and Table for a child with spinal muscular atrophy type II. Made to dimensions to suit each individual client, the Rawson provides seating for children who need to maintain an upright and stable posture. The seat, armrest and table height can be adjusted in 25 millimeter increments so the child can have the optimum position for play, eating and learning activities over several years. For e

Adjustable Tilt In Space Chair (Models Ts13-Lb, Ts13-Hb, Ts15-Lb, Ts15-Hb, Ts17-Lb & Ts17-Hb)

The Adjustable Tilt in Space Chair is a youth positioning chair designed for use by children with mobility or neurological disabilities. The chair adjusts to meet the specific needs of each individual as he/she grows, changes, and develops. It features locking casters; adjustable-height footrests; seat cushion with slight anti-thrust wedge; back pad; adjustable hip and trunk guides; and a seat belt. The chair can be adjusted from fully upright to approximately a 40-degree tilt. The footrest, sea

Beach Chair Supports Child With Cerebral Palsy.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Posture chair with a wide base to allow stability on uneven ground. Chair made with plastic water pipe and fittings, with the deep seat made of nylon mesh, pop riveted to the frame. There is a chest high bar which can be fitted across the front. Designed for an active child with cerebral palsy. COMMENTS: Working drawings of the chair are available from: Technical Aid to the Disabled, 227 Morrison Road, PO Box 108, Ryde, New South Wales 2112, Australia.

Cardboard Boxes For Use As Chairs.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Cardboard boxes used as a seat and play surface for a young child with poor balance. Describes ways a cardboard box can be used as a chair, playpen, and practice areas for standing and walking. Illustration shows a box big enough for the child to sit in with legs outstretched, and another smaller box on its side inside the first box to provide a play surface. AUTHOR: Finnie, N R TITLE: Handling the Young Cerebral Palsied Child at Home REF: New York: E

Cylinder Chair.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Chair with cylindrical back and sides to provide support for the trunk and encourage the child' s shoulders forward. Chair made with wood and a cardboard cylinder. Lists materials needed and provides instructions for constructing the chair, which can be made with a removable pommel. SKILLS REQUIRED: Woodworking. AUTHOR: Hartrick, J TITLE: Equipment to Make: A Guide for Parents with a Child who has a Physical Disability REF: Melbourne, Australia: Health

Cylinder Chair.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Cylinder chair to provide support for the child, especially for a child with cerebral palsy; the back prevents the child from falling backwards when bringing the hand toward the mouth. Chair cut from cylinder of thick reinforced cardboard with a thick disk of the same material as a seat. The chair can be padded with foam and covered with a washable material. Includes drawings. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. AUTHOR: Finnie, N R TITLE: Handling the Young Cer

Educube

The Educube is a child's chair designed for use by children aged 3 years and older. Use of the Educube encourages social interaction as well as gross and fine motor skill development. They are sturdy and easily cleaned. The seat height can be changed by turning the cube over. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 15 inches x 15 inches x 15 inches. The seat height is 6 or 9 inches depending on the side used. COLOR : Choice of yellow or blue.

Five-Piece Chair.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Chair that can be assembled in several positions, such as vertical or reclining, and with different seat and footrest heights. Describes chair made of plywood, with softwood battens. Drawings illustrate construction of the parts ( sides with armrests, seat, back and footrest) and one way of putting the chair together. Lists materials needed. Includes photograph. SKILLS REQUIRED: Woodworking. AUTHOR: Caston, D TITLE: Easy to Make Aids for Your Handicapp

Heathfield Chair With Adjustable Arms (Models 6901, 6902, 6903, 6904, 6905, & 6906)

The Heathfield Chair with Adjustable Arms, models 6901, 6902, 6903, 6904, 6905, and 6906, is an adjustable child's posture chair designed for home or classroom use by children with physical or neurological disabilities. This chair is designed for good postural sitting with minimum support. It is a low chair with a choice of feet on the floor, dolly, footrest, or footplate configuration. The legs and arms can be adjusted independently. The seat height and depth are also adjustable. The chair is a

Heathfield Chair With Fixed Carver Arms (Models 6911, 6912, 6913, 6914, 6915, & 6916)

The Heathfield Chair with Fixed Carver Arms, models 6911, 6912, 6913, 6914, 6915, and 6916, is a child's posture chair designed for home or classroom use by children with neurological or physical disabilities. This low chair has a contoured seat and buckle strap for good postural sitting with minimum support. It is available in feet on the floor, dolly, footrest, or footplate configuraton. OPTIONS: Flat seat; Velcro strap; tray; footrest; footplate; dolly (mobile base) with 75-millimeter locking

Kangaroo Chair And Table

---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create custom adapted Kangaroo chair and table set for a child with developmental delays. The child has had a Kangaroo chair and table set for several years. The Kangaroo is generally designed to provide well-supported long floor sitting for children up to primary school age, and has a chair with a winged back support and a height-adjustable table. However, the child still needs long periods on floor sitting to stretch his legs and loosen his leg

Kangaroo Corner Chair

CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To provide supported seating for a child with cerebral palsy, developmental disabilities, and hearing and vision impairments. Made of wood, this low-to-the-floor chair and table set enables the child to sit with correct, supported posture with her legs straight out in front of her to stretch the hamstrings. The set is adjustable and can be used for eating, reading, or play. TITLE: Playing and Growing. JOURNAL: TAD Journal. REF: Volume 25, Number 4, Summer 2005. PAGES:

Ladder Back Chair (Peto Type Chair).

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Ladder back chairs on skis for sitting on, climbing hands up to get standing or to walk behind. Lists materials needed and provides instructions and drawings for construction of a ladder backed chair built on skis, or runners, for stability. SKILLS REQUIRED: Woodworking. AUTHOR: Hartrick, J TITLE: Equipment to Make: A Guide for Parents with a Child who has a Physical Disability REF: Melbourne, Australia: Health Commission of Victoria: p 19-20 NARIC CAL

Prone Standing Frame Candidate For Batch Producers, Do-It-Yourselfers.

"DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY PURPOSE: Stander to hold a child in an upright position and provide a play tray; or can be reconfigured to make a chair with a tray. Stander or seat for a very young child. Made of wood with an adjustable foot board and removable tray for toys or activities. A wide foam pad goes around the child's front and sides, and there is a wide strap to keep the child upright. The device can also be used as a chair by putting the footboard at seat height and moving the tray to the ot

Reinforced Chair

CUSTOM ADAPTATIONPURPOSE: To prevent children with cognitive disabilities and poor impulse control from rocking or throwing the chair. The chair frame was made from tubular steel and fitted with a steel seat and back. The backrest was slightly angled and curved for comfort. The legs were welded to steel plates which were bolted to metal floor plate with Tekscrews, creating a firm, immovable base. The chair was also equipped with a lap belt. TITLE: Reinforced Chair. JOURNAL: TAD Journal. REF

Rifton Stationary Chair Large (Model R613)

The Rifton Stationary Chair, model R613, is a positioning chair designed for individuals 53 to 72 inches tall with mild physical or neurological disabilities. Intended for individuals who can walk with assistance and do not need a chair on wheels, this chair enables the child to sit properly positioned with feet on the floor (or with the footboard at floor level). The Stationary Chair comes with the chair frame, and a choice of the low backrest with armrests and pads or the high backrest with ar

Rifton Stationary Chair Medium (Model R612)

The Rifton Stationary Chair Medium, model R612, is a youth positioning chair designed for use by individuals 42 to 55 inches tall with mild physical or neurological disabilities. Intended for individuals who can walk with assistance and do not need a chair on wheels, this chair enables the child to sit properly positioned with feet on the floor (or with the footboard at floor level). The Stationary Chair comes with the chair frame, and a choice of a low backrest with armrests and pads or a high

Rifton Stationary Chair Small (Model R611)

The Rifton Stationary Chair Small, model R611, is a youth positioning chair designed for children 36 to 46 inches tall with mild physical or neurological disabilities. Intended for children who can walk with assistance and do not need a chair on wheels, this chair enables the child to sit properly positioned with feet on the floor (or with the footboard at floor level). The Stationary Chair comes with the chair frame and backrest with armrests and pads. The seat depth is adjustable, and there is

Roller Chair.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Tubular chair with a straight back allowing a child with spastic cerebral palsy to sit with legs apart and feet flat on the ground. Chair made of plywood and hardboard. Two 8 by 8 pieces of wood rounded at the top are joined by 3 struts, two on the bottom, one on top. A piece of plywood 15 1/2 by 20 inches rounded at the top is screwed to the back. Hardboard (14 by 21 1/ 2 inches) is soaked overnight then bent over frame and tacked into place. A 1 by 1

Sleek Seat.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Positioning seat to hold a child's legs in a flexed position, bring the shoulders into protraction and allow the hands to come together midline. Chair made from a large cardboard or PVC tube cut into the shape of a chair with edges padded with foam tubing, and a hole cut out of the area behind the head. The seat is a velcro-attached cotton sling, adjustable in depth, suspended in the tube. Includes drawings. SKILLS REQUIRED: Plastics. Sewing. Assembly.

Square Chair.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Chair with sides and a pommel to provide support for a child who cannot sit alone. Instructions for constructing a chair of plywood - 1 back, 1 seat and 2 sides - and a dowel for a pommel. The pommel can be made adjustable by drilling several holes it can fit; it can also be padded, as can the chair. Includes drawings and a list of materials needed. SKILLS REQUIRED: Woodworking. AUTHOR: Hartrick, J TITLE: Equipment to Make: A Guide for Parents with a C

Triangle Chair

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Triangle chair to provide back and side support and to keep a child's legs apart. Describes chair made of 3 quarter-circles of plywood fastened together to make seat and support sides; 2 dowels are fastened to the front of the seat to keep the child's legs separated. This can be used on the floor or fastened to a standard chair. SKILLS REQUIRED: Woodworking. AUTHOR: Finnie, N R TITLE: Handling the Young Cerebral Palsied Child at Home REF: New York: E P

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