The tandem elliptical offers the therapist and client a unique way to work together while focusing on quality of movements, strengthening of anti-gravity muscles and safe positioning. Used for clients with cerebral palsy, neurological conditions, muscular dystrophy, traumatic brain injury, and motor development delays.
The user can begin the movement in a seated position. The seat pad is adjustable and can be gradually raised until he/she is in a standing position. The therapist can help control the pedal speed and the direction while they are seated on the unit with the adjustable foot pedals.
Contact heart rate and ear sensor for pulse monitoring
Front wheels for portability
Weight limit: 250lbs
Fully adjustable tension control comes standard
Comes with abductor wedge, dual foot cups with adjustable straps and pedals
Computer displays calories, speed, distance and pulse
Offers increased stability and comfort for the therapist and the client
Built for high-traffic facilities
Available with your facilities custom logo
The unit has lower support handles as well as the upright handles
The unit has a knee separator made of UMHW plastic that keeps the knees from knocking on each other (this is optional and can be easily removed for other patients with a simple pop-pin)
Fine Motor Kit
The Fine Motor package comes complete with 9 stations that enhance fine motor skills including grip strength, grasp, manipulation of objects, etc. *Enhances Hand-Writing skills
Proprioceptive Jump Island
Sensory Activity Panels
The Green Bean
Children can get in the pod themselves, applying deep, even pressure to many sensitive areas of the body. Some children like to gently rock side-to-side for a cocooning-calm. Can also be used as a reading pod, or rocking partner activity.
This bubble tube allows clients to enjoy the vibratory input offered by the movement of the bubbles/beads and the visual sensory input provided by the gradual changing color of the LEDs.
Simple Drain™ system, making water changes stress-free.
Portable Sensory Bubbles Tube
The Sensory Snake offers your clients and children pressure touch and proprioceptive input while it molds to their body. It can be easily used in a classroom, worn around the neck or across the lap.
SOUTHPAW DESCRIPTION & PICTURE
Sensory Light Box
Southpaw Image - need to replace
Sensory Light Wall (with pen)
Oversized Sensory Floor Pillow
Contour Calming Chair
This Calming Chair has been contoured to conform to the shape of the body and distribute weight evenly. Made of soft foam covered with washable vinyl, it is ideal for an MSE or any Quiet Room. Can be cleaned with mild diluted detergent.
Sensory Banana Rocker
Flexi Bolster Therapy Swing
The Flexi Bolster Therapy Swing provides both vestibular & proprioceptive stimulation for your clients. Treat a variety of needs by varying from gentle rocking & pushing to a more active shaking.
Sit-N-Swing is an essential tool in sensory integration therapy. Our swings offer therapists the ability to create a wide range of tilting movements with the control lines attached to the top disc. Can be used with clients in a variety of positions from prone to standing. The platform is carpeted.
Working Load:300 lbs.
Big Ball Bounce Swing
The Big Ball Bounce Swing provides excellent vestibular and proprioceptive stimulation because it allows for controlled bouncing and vertical movement. The swing incorporates a 55cm therapy ball as the base for a variety of activities, including flexion, extension and postural adjustments. Can be used as both a swing and on the floor for controlled activities.
Stimulates the cerebral cortex, the part of the brain that helps you focus Strengthens the core and helps with the development of balance Helps with sensory integration: how the brain organizes and interprets information. Sensory integration provides a foundation for later, more complex learning & behavior Increases spatial awareness Swinging movement helps perceptual skills, while also functioning as a calming activity
Swing Platform Support Structure
Blue Sit N Swing
Suspended swing includes a bolster & trapeze bar that allows therapists to address a variety of therapeutic needs including:
The balance rope is 6 foot long. The 2" round polypropylene rope provides a more challenging walking surface than a traditional flat beam, increasing the balance difficulty for all ages.
Why are gross motor skills important?
Gross motor skills are important to enable children to perform everyday functions, such as walking, running, skipping, as well as playground skills (e.g. climbing) and sporting skills (e.g. catching, throwing and hitting a ball with a bat). These are crucial for everyday self-care skills like dressing (where you need to be able to stand on one leg to put your leg into a pant leg without falling over).
Gross motor abilities also have an influence on other everyday functions. For example, a child's ability to maintain table top posture (upper body support) will affect their ability to participate in fine motor skills (e.g. writing, drawing, and cutting) and sitting upright to attend to class instruction, which then impacts on their academic learning. Gross motor skills impact on your endurance to cope with a full day of school (sitting upright at a desk, moving between classrooms, carrying your heavy school bag).
Flexible and versatile 2" diameter 6" circumference textured poly rope.
Length 6 ft.
ABL Super Cycle
Upper Body Ergometer - allows for control of upper body movement
Adjustable Tension - increase the tension to accommodate a variety of therapeutic needs
Adjustable Height - fits standard pediatric wheelchair width and height, adjustable to accommodate a variety of users.
*wheelchair not included
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