Baby Prone Board.
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Tilted prone board for a young child with head control; it leaves the hands free to play while helping to keep the hips and knees straight. Plywood board with a cutout for the toes and a footrest. The front end of the board is higher than the rear. Includes drawing and photograph. SKILLS REQUIRED: Woodworking. AUTHOR: Caston, D TITLE: Easy to Make Aids for Your Handicapped Child REF: London, England: Souvenir Press: p 62-63. Also available from Prentic
Pre-School Prone Stander (Model 106) & Child's Prone Stander (Model 104)
The Pre-School Prone Stander, model 106, and the Child's Prone Stander, model 104, are prone boards with casters designed for use by children with neurological or balance disabilities. These standers are designed to be supported against a sturdy table or counter. The units are adjustable to vary the angle from horizontal and adjustable table/counter rests allow positioning at different distances supporting surfaces. The units latch to the supporting surface with cord, hook, and eye screws for s
Prone Board (Model 201)
Prone board. Angles adjust to eight positions from 0 to 90 degrees. Adjustable chest pad with strap, knee board with straps, footboard with blocks, figure 8 toe and ankle straps, adjustable back and hip strap and removable middle board. Safety position lock. Positive retracting stand. Adjustable birch plywood lapboard, 19 by 24 inches. Blue denim upholstery. Five inch casters. Base width 27 inches; base length 43 inches. 84 pounds. Safety position lock, adjustable brakes. Support pads adjust fro
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Adjustable stander allows a child who has difficulty standing or walking to bear partial weight while in a secure position. Instructions for constructing a wood prone stander, adjustable to the height of the child. Includes drawing. COMMENTS: Should be used only on the advise of a therapist. SKILLS REQUIRED: Woodworking. AUTHOR: Arnold, P L TITLE: Designing for Individual Needs: A Manual on the Design of Environments, Furnishings and Materials for Indi
Prone Standing Board For Use In The Classroom.
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Prone standing board as a part-time alternative to a wheelchair for some activities in a classroom; it allows the child to participate in activities while head stability and extensor tone are being promoted. Padded 3/4 inch pressboard (made to fit the child) is fastened to an old tricycle frame along with training wheels in the front, for stability, and a height- adjustable footboard. Includes instructions and photographs. COMMENTS: Developed at the SP