Car Seats & Seatbelt Guards. Children with special needs, such as cerebral palsy, autism, or spinal cord problems require adaptive car seats or seat restraints for continued safety in cars or buses. Finding the right car seat for a special needs child can be a challenge with certain medical conditions or behavior problems that lead a child to.
The Buckle Bopper is a small lightweight tool that fits in the palm of your hand and allows you to easily unbuckle a seat belt buckle. No more pressing seat belt buckles with sore fingers! The shaft in the center of the Buckle Bopper acts as an extra thumb which uses the force of your palm and larger arm muscles to depress the buckle.
Seat Belt Accessory for Personal Activity Vehicle & Side by Side Adult Trike, Adapted Bikes, Accessory for Personal Activity Vehicle & Side-by-Side Adult Trike. Help riders reduce injury by adding a safety belt. Bike not included.
Seat belts are made for adults. Children should stay in a booster seat until adult seat belts fit correctly, typically when children reach about 4 feet 9 inches in height and are 8 through 12 years of age. Most children will not fit in a seat belt alone until 10 to 11 years of age. When children are.