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Adapt for Access

We create custom adaptive equipment to maintain or improve the functional capabilities of children and adults with disabilities.
Get inspired by our past projects to create an adaptation that fits your needs. 

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Project Gallery
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Supine Stander Adjustable

Tricycle Modification

Home Chair Modification

William, a second grader wearing a white shirt and glasses, sits at a cafeteria table of picnic-bench style.  He’s seated in the blue chair, which fits over the bench seat so that the base of the seat rests on top of the bench and the leg panels reach to the floor.  His feet rest on the low platform in front.  His back is against the cushion and his left hand just reaches the bench beside him.
An unusual looking chair has a backrest and seat, but no arms.  Instead of legs, it has two flat panels extending from the front and back of the seat to the floor.  On the front panel, about a foot from the floor, is a platform that protrudes about 10”.  A navy blue cushion covers most of the backrest, and two stripes of wide black tape run across the platform.  The whole chair is painted a glossy blue.

Cafeteria Chair

Floor Sitter Adjustable

An 7-year-old girl sits in the rocking chair with arms extended to place her hands in her lap. Her head is reclined slightly against the cushioned backrest, which rises to just above her head.  The belt wraps snugly around her torso.  Her bare feet rest on the floor.
A cardboard chair has side panels that are curved at the base to form rockers, and are topped with armrests parallel to the floor.  The seat and backrest are padded with white-covered cushions with bright pink trim.  A wide belt is slotted through the cushion and backrest of the chair.  The chair itself is painted sea blue with an elaborate undersea scene.

Rocking Chair

Chair and Cart

Little Danna is riding in the adapted toy car. The big button on the backrest is positioned right behind her head.  A series of black straps secure her trunk to the backrest.  Her hands grip the steering extension.
A child-sized toy car has been modified for 4-year-old Danna. A high back support, padded with yoga matting, holds a large red button at the top.  The lower part of the backrest curves around for her hips and trunk.  Attached to the steering wheel is a rectangle of tubing reaching toward the rear.  The car is hot pink; the modifications are pink and purple.

Ride-On Car Go Baby Go

Freestanding Chair

Prone Stander

Wheelchair Transfer Steps

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