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Adapted Swing Provides Extra Support
A sturdy plastic swing seat with safety harness and strap to ensure proper positioning and ample upper body support. Enables children with special needs to enjoy swinging while helping improve body strength, balance reactions, motor planning and posture. Suitable for indoor or outdoor use.
- Provides security and support
- Supports kids with low muscle tone, autism, sensory processing disorder and hyperactivity
- Infant - 17 years old
6” of adjustable rope suspension fits any frame up to ten feet high. Attaches to any 2-point suspension (sold separately, see accessories). Available with and without a built-in pommel (see details).
Please note: This item will ship separately from the rest of your order. Please allow 1-4 weeks for delivery. Please call for an estimated shipping date. For returns, a 20% restocking fee is applied.Download Guidelines for Safe Use
Maintain a minimum clearance of 6 feet around the perimeter of the swing, with protective floor matting. Use with adult supervision.
Small (Child) - without pommel: 20"L x 12"W x 9"D. Holds up to 75 lbs. Approx age: 0-11.
Small (Child) - with pommel: 20"L x 12"W x 9"D. Holds up to 75 lbs. Approx age: 0-11.
Medium (Teenager) - without pommel: 23"L x 15"W x 10"D. Holds up to 150 lbs. Approx age: 12-17.
Medium (Teenager) - with pommel: 23"L x 15"W x 10"D. Holds up to 150 lbs. Approx age: 12-17.
Great option for infantThis is used for a 10 month old with physical delays, making it hard for him to use other swings because he cannot yet hold his head up and weighs too much for newborn swings. We have this set up in an indoor doorway (attached to a pull-up bar, weight limit well exceeding what is needed) and I would definitely recommend.Read MoreAmazing SwingThe swing works great, great deal for the price paid, long lasting, got great use out of the swing, child loves to swing, the harness supports and keeps the child in. We really like it and we think we got a great deal!!!Read More
Answered QuestionsMy so is 6 but already 4 foot 1 inches weighs 56 pounds would the teenage swing be safe? Think the child would be too small and grow out of it quickly!