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  1. EZ STAND MOBILE STOOL (MODEL 3250) Picture of EZ STAND MOBILE STOOL (MODEL 3250) The EZ Stand Mobile Stool, model 3250, is an adjustable high stool with casters designed to enable people who have difficulty standing for long periods to maintain a near-standing position while having 90 percent of their body weight supported. The stool features a lightweight, high strength alloy tripod-style frame with a padded saddle seat and non-scuffing, non-locking casters. This product has no latex. DIMENSIONS: The seat adjusts vertically from 26 to 34 inches high. CAPACITY: 250 pounds....[More Information]

  2. MOBILE TREATMENT STOOL (MODEL PC 6129) Picture of MOBILE TREATMENT STOOL (MODEL PC 6129) The Mobile Treatment Stool, model PC 6129, is a caster stool designed to provide mobility and comfort to therapists, teachers, and other adults in situations where they need to sit and work at a child's level. The stool has a tubular steel frame with a 2-inch foam-padded seat covered with Naugahyde. DIMENSIONS: 14 x 14 x 17 inches. COLOR: Seat cover is chesnut brown....[More Information]

  3. MOBILITY STOOL --- CUSTOM ADAPTATION --- PURPOSE: To provide mobility for a parent or therapist while assisting a child with balance and walking skills. Designed to keep the parent or therapist at the right height near floor level for assisting a young child, the stool has a square plywood base equipped with furniture casters, wooden doweling legs to attach the seat to the base, and a plywood seat. TITLE: Keeping Active. JOURNAL: TAD Journal. REF: Volume 27, Number 3, October 2007: p. 12-13. PAGES: 3. (includ...[More Information]

  4. PNEUMATIC ROLLER SEAT Picture of PNEUMATIC ROLLER SEAT --- DO-IT-YOURSELF-ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To provide independent mobility and exercise away from a wheelchair for a child with muscular dystrophy. A low, backless stool with a padded seat can be adjusted to the proper height to enable the child to propel the stool with his/her feet. The caster wheels should move easily over hardwood or carpet and the seat should swivel 360 degrees. MATERIALS: Low wheeled stool. TITLE: Doing It Yourself. JOURNAL: Quest. REF: Volume 12, Number 1, January/February 2005...[More Information]

  5. POWERED KITCHEN STOOL --- CUSTOM ADAPTATION --- PURPOSE: To enable an individual with short stature and paralysis of the legs to access counters and the stovetop for cooking. Because the user lacked mobility, she had used a standard kitchen stool fitted with casters, but that proved unsafe. A custom stool was created with a frame of welded rectangular hollow steel. The stool was equipped with an electrolinear actuator that raises and lowers the seat. The actuator is an electric motor with a worm reducer that drives a...[More Information]

  6. ROLLING 3 LEG STOOL (MODEL 20H014A) Picture of ROLLING 3 LEG STOOL (MODEL 20H014A) The Rolling 3 Leg Stool, model 20H014A, is a caster stool designed for use by seniors or individuals with balance or mobility disabilities or arthritis. This lightweight, three-legged stool has fully rotating, non-locking casters and a padded seat. Designed for working at a near standing position, the stool supports 90 percent of body weight while allowing the user to move around in small work areas. It can be used in kitchens, workshops, or bathrooms. DIMENSIONS: Seat height is adjustable from...[More Information]

  7. SCOOTER STOOL Aluminum stool mounted on ball-bearing casters. Tan padded seat. 18 inches high. Useful for helping teachers work at child's level....[More Information]

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