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Tackling Transition Times

Tips for inclusive transition strategies in preschool.

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Ring Support Walker (for 9Mo-3Yrs) - 7.75"-12.75"(CH); Max User Wt: 62Lb. C0110-A: Ring Support Walker (for 9Mo-3Yrs) - 7.75"-12.75"(CH); Max User Wt: 62Lb.
What do you do when the baby walker is just to small? Try a Ring Walker!
Ring Support Walker (for 3-5Yrs) - 11"-17"(CH); Max User Wt: 62Lb. C0110-B: Ring Support Walker (for 3-5Yrs) - 11"-17"(CH); Max User Wt: 62Lb.
What do you do when the baby walker is just to small? Try a Ring Walker!
Lexan Tray For Ring Support Walker C0110-C: Lexan Tray For Ring Support Walker
A great add-on for the Ring Walker.
Discovery Mini C0401: Discovery Mini
A perfect adapted trike for small riders!
Discovery Bike 12" C0403: Discovery Bike 12"
The bike that adjusts, to grow with your child!
Discovery Bike 16" C0404: Discovery Bike 16"
The bike that adjusts, to grow with your child!
Discovery 16" Wide Glide C0405: Discovery 16" Wide Glide
Extra stable wheel-base keeps tippy riders safe.
Journey Prone Bike 20" C0406-A: Journey Prone Bike 20"
You don't have to be able to sit up to enjoy cycling!
Journey Prone 16" C0406-B: Journey Prone 16"
You don't have to be able to sit up to enjoy cycling!
Rear Steering Option for Discovery and Adventurer Bikes C0407-D: Rear Steering Option for Discovery and Adventurer Bikes
Lets caregivers help steer!

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Take extra care handling kids with hypotonia!

Children with hypotonia (low muscle tone) often have loose ligiments supporting their joints. Extra care must be taken not to pull too hard on children's limbs. For example - If a child who can't stand independantly is pulled to stand by the hands, it is possible to dislocate a shoulder or elbow. Any tender, swollen, or protected joints in children with hypotonia should be seen by a doctor right away!

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