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Adaptive Equipment

Custom adaptive equipment encompasses a broad area of devices. Each device is designed to assist with completing activities of daily living. Bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, and feeding are self-care activities that are including in the spectrum of Activities of Daily Living (ADLs). Outdoor physical activities are also included in adaptive equipment with Tricycles, Playgrounds and Wheelchairs.


By alternating a variety of positions, children and/or adults can tolerate standing for a longer period of time.

Standers allow the user to stand in three easy steps as adjust, transfer and pump up. Both caregivers and users are comfortable because of the safe and easy lateral transfer and supportive transition to standing. It provides a maximum over-center stretch and full upright standing, when adjusted properly for your body. -- Source "Altimate Medical"




Therapeutic benefits of tricycling


Lower Extremity Strengthening


Reciprocal leg motion patterning


Balancing skills


Using visual, spatial perception for steering


Social interaction with peers and neighbors

Activity Chair

The Rifton Activity Chair:


Offers a wide variety of features and accessories.

A good option for most children with special needs.

Care givers can adjust with the child in the chair

Use in the classroom and at home.

Enables children to learn sitting skills at home and school.

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Patient Lift

These high-quality lifts are comfortable, reliable and integral tools for staff and caregivers.

Invacare Reliant lifts support up to 450 lbs., making potentially challenging transfers smooth for the resident and the caregiver.

The high lift range allows easy access to tubs, chairs, commodes, floors and beds (with at least 4.5" under-bed clearance).

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