This is one of our greatest areas of focus as a company. We work hand-in-hand with early intervention therapists, school therapists and families to provide quality equipment and service. The items you see here are a few of our favorites, but these are just a small sampling of the products at our disposal.

Walkers and Crutches

For those with minimal disability, forearm crutches or reverse walkers can provide the stability needed to be independently mobile. Many children use these products in conjunction with a wheelchair for longer distances due to fatigue.


Gait Trainers

Gait Trainers are aids to walking which provide more support than standard walkers or crutches. They come in many shapes and sizes and often grow with a child as their abilities progress. Note that the first gait trainer can be used with many accessories or none. This allows the equipment to be used for children at many stages of gait training.



Standers provide opportunity for the physical benefits of standing at an early age. Please check out our page devoted to standers for a full description of the benefits of standing.


Bath Equipment

Due to trunk instability, many of our clients require support during bathing. Also, transfers into and out of the bath can become challenging as a child grows up. Leg extensions on the equipment can help by reducing the distance that the child needs to be raised and lowered. At some point, a transfer system or bath lift will be required to prevent injuries to caregivers.


Car Seats and adaptive safety vests

Car Seats and adaptive safety vests can be used to improve safety for individuals with behavioral or physical limitations when standard car seats and seatbelts are no longer an option.


Adaptive Strollers

Car Seats and adaptive safety vests can be used to improve safety for individuals with behavioral or physical limitations when standard car seats and seatbelts are no longer an option.


Manual Wheelchairs

Manual Wheelchairs come in all shapes and sizes. For pediatrics, the biggest challenge is growth. The goal is to have a chair which meets the child’s needs for at least three years without making the chair so cumbersome that the child is not able to propel it. Some manual wheelchairs are not well-designed for self-propelling, such as a tilt-in-space wheelchair. These are intended for individuals who have difficulty doing independent weight shifts.


Power Mobility

To utilize Power Mobility an individual must be unable to effectively propel a manual wheelchair and demonstrate safety in operating the power wheelchair. For those with fine motor control issues, we often design alternative controls specifically for that individual to allow them to control the power wheelchair.


We pride ourselves on creative solutions to your family’s or client’s problems. Please give us a call to see if we can help provide an assistive technology solution to your issue.

For a fun video to show kids with mobility impairments pushing the limits check out the following links.