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--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 1/98) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The 10-inch Transition Chair is a youth positioning chair designed to provide proper support and positioning for young children with physical disabilities in an early intervention program or classroom setting. The wooden chair features a solid seat and back, a calf board, a removable footrest, and a lap belt. The seat depth, back angle, seat height, seat angle, and footrest height are adjustable using large adjustment knobs. OPTIONS: Seat pad, back pad, foot sandals, adjustable arms, tray, and abduction block. DIMENSIONS: The seat is 11 inches wide, the seat height adjusts from 6 to 10 inches from the floor, and the seat depth adjusts from 6 to 10.5 inches. The back is 11 inches high and the arm height is 11.5 inches from the floor. The distance from the seat to the footrest adjusts from 6 to 8.5 inches. COLOR: The chair is natural wood and the pads are available in a choice of burgundy or teal.

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This product record was updated on October 25, 2000.

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Special Designs, Inc./Jacob Dean Associates

P.O. Box 195
Berkley Heights, New Jersey 07922
United States
Telephone: 908-604-6800.
Web: No known web address.

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