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Children with disabilities, injuries or medical conditions that limit their mobility may require special aids and accessories when they're at home and enjoying outings with their families. CVS can help you find the pediatric mobility aids and accessories your child requires. This product selection includes a diverse assortment of pediatric mobility solutions you can compare and buy online, and have conveniently shipped to your home.

Medical Grade Strollers

Strollers make it easier for parents to take their children with them on the go; however, children with disabilities may be unable to sit safely in a conventional stroller. Mobility or rehab strollers are designed specifically for these children and feature specially designed harnesses and seats that offer additional support. Additional attachments and accessories are available for customizing some pediatric mobility strollers. When you're shopping for a mobility stroller, pay attention to the weight and size limits for the models to ensure you select one that can accommodate your child.

Accessories for Conventional Strollers

In some cases, parents may be able to transport children with disabilities in conventional strollers that have been modified with pediatric mobility accessories. Headrests, harnesses, back, arm, and leg supports are available to fit onto stroller frames or attach to their seats. With these types of accessories, it is important to confirm the product is the right size and type for your specific stroller before you purchase it.

Modifications for the Home

Making modifications to your home can help your child move more safely and independently throughout your living spaces. If your little one has difficulty transferring from sitting to standing or vice versa, you can install grab bars on chairs to simplify the process. There are also cushions and boosters available to add to conventional chairs to make them more suitable for children with disabilities or limited mobility.

Choosing the Right Solutions

Before shopping for pediatric mobility aids and accessories, have a conversation with your child's medical provider about his or her individual needs. What's right for one child may not be beneficial for another. Therefore, it is important you receive personalized advice. Once your health care provider has given his or her recommendations, you can filter products by concern or type to quickly find what you need. When you receive your new mobility aid or accessory, take the time to read the instructions included with the product. Following the directions will help to ensure best results.

 

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