Adaptive equipment specialist Etac R82 is to showcase a new buggy system for disabled children on its ‘Great Outdoors’ themed stand at the Kidz-to-Adultz South exhibition.
The new Cricket – a lightweight, compact and easy-to-fold buggy – will be placed under the limelight alongside a range of specialist equipment designed for both children and adults.
Etac R82 is a Swedish owned company based in the UK that provides a suite equipment designed to allow children and adults to develop their abilities and enjoy greater inclusion in day-to-day life.
Etac R82 supplies Etac, R82, Molift, Immedia, Convaid and Star Cushion products which assist with all aspects of daily living. Being able to maximise accessibility and independence whilst away from home is essential, the firm says, which is its reason for demonstrating at Kidz-South how its products aim to offer assured support when enjoying ‘The Great Outdoors’.
Alongside its new product, the firm will also be exhibiting:
- Crocodile – a walking frame for outdoor activities and sports such as Frame Football
- Mustang – a developmental walker with wheels suitable for indoor and outdoor use
- Scallop – a flexible and lightweight, fabric-based seating system ideal for easy transportation
- Stingray – an adaptable and ergonomic children’s buggy that encompasses a seat that can be turned 180 degrees. Children can benefit from the reassurance of facing their parents or enjoy seeing the world around them. It can also recline flat to act as a mobile changing table