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Picture of CORNER SITTER The Corner Sitter is a corner chair designed for use by children with neurological or severe physical disabilities. This chair is designed to help improve posture and promote upper body control. Features include a reclining backrest with adjustable sides for lateral support. The backrest angle is adjustable from a 20 degree recline to 15 degrees prone. Other features include a hip belt and an adjustable depth, removable pommel. The chair folds flat for storage. OPTIONS: Options include a high-back head support that provides 4 to 7 inches of additional height and a height-, depth-, and angle-adjustable removable tray.

Price: 749.95 to 194.95.

This product record was updated on October 7, 2010.

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Achievement Products

P.O. Box 6013
Carol Stream, Illinois 60197-6013
United States
Telephone: 800-373-4699.
Fax: 800-766-4303.

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