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---DISCONTINUED. (VERIFIED 3/18/96) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE.--- The 16 inch Adjustable Chair is a pediatric positioning chair designed to offer a wide variety of sitting possibilities for children with physical disabilities. Fully adjustable, this support system is on a wheel base designed for manuverability. The back of the chair can be adjusted to either an inclined or reclined position while the angle of the seat independently adjusts to achieve either a posterior or anterior pelvic tilt. The seat pads feature a stain resistant vinyl with a variety of colors and patterns to choose from--all the pads can be removed for cleaning. A wood tray to serve a variety of purposes, and a pair of sandals with straps (attached to footrest) for sitting safety are also included. DIMENSIONS: 17 inches (overall width); 16 inches (seat height from floor); 7-14 inches (seat width); 8-14 inches (seat depth).

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This product record was updated on January 22, 1998.

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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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