EZ-ON Adjustable Vest for Family Vehicles | eSpecial Needs - adult positioning vest

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adult positioning vest - Special Needs Seating & Positioning | eSpecial Needs


Keep little escape artists safely in their seats with an EZ-ON Adjustable Vest for Family Vehicles. Enables the safe transportation of special needs children and adults in the upright position comfortably. Therafin Therafit - Wheelchair Positioning Vest is available in either a full or trim shape design, depending on individual preference. Full shape vest is slightly larger across the chest area while the trim shape sports a more form fitting appearance. The full shape positioning vest is equipped with reinforced comfort fit straps and a wider material base across the chest cavity area.

Wheelchair positioning should always begin with finding the right wheelchair and wheelchair positioning equipment to adjust to the individual, and not the other way around. When individuals rely on a wheelchair for daily mobility, it is absolutely vital to attain a stable and comfortable position within the wheelchair at all times. Positioning Vest – an adaptive pediatric and adult positioning vehicle system (Weight range: 81 to 225 lbs). Small Positioning Vest (Sapphire Blue) - for chest circumference between 25 and 32 inches and belly circumference less than 32 inches. 4000CHSM-S The Chamberlain Standard with Medium Positioning Vest – an adaptive pediatric and adult.

Chamberlain positioning system is ideal for user with minimum height: 48" and maximum height: top of ears cannot exceed top of vehicle seat back or headrest. A cap can be attached to velcro located on headrest to keep head from falling forward. Chamberlain vehicle system comes with a positioning vest which provides upper torso support.Price: $623. Special Needs Seating & Positioning. Our adaptive seating and positioning systems provide support for special needs and physically disabled individuals. We offer a wide range of solutions from cushions and seating to the tables and trays where they sit. Active seating allows the individual to move, encouraging flexibility and movement.

Reasons to Use Seating Restraints. Keeping a seated patient from slumping or falling over. Securing a patient to a chair or wheelchair as to prevent injury. Adding security for the patient being wheeled in a wheelchair. For better positioning for those patients who cannot properly shift their weight and seating position. For girls ages 5 to 14, the unifying look is a tunic, vest, or sash combined with their own solid white shirts and khaki pants or skirts. Girl Scouts in high school have the option of wearing a scarf that unites their look with that of Girl Scout sisters around the world.