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Aqua Creek Aquatic Wheelchair

The Aqua Creek Aquatic Wheelchair is a wheelchair for people with limited mobility to participate in water activities, aquatic therapy and training. It can be fully submerged in water. Durable. Folding footrests that are detachable. Lightweight. Mag-style wheels. Sturdy tires. Four foldable models and one non-collapsible models. Different seat widths, depending on the model. Designed to handle a harsh aquatic training environment. Due to the hygiene or rehabilitation nature of this product, it i

Elly Pool Elliptical

The Elly Pool Elliptical is an elliptical designed for users who want to simulate a natural running motion while preventing joint impact. This device is recommended for use in water depths 3 to 5 feet. The resistance can be adjusted by the levers on the arms. Its brush steel finish will hold up to pool chemicals and outdoor environments. Product compatible with all types of water including sea, chlorinated, and bromine treated water. Product has scratch resistant wheels.

Kayak Assistive Devices For Individuals With Spinal Cord Injury

--- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create a modified paddle grip and paddle supporting device for individuals with minimal upper body function after a C6 spinal cord injury (SCI) to use while participating in open water kayaking. Individuals with C6 SCI have little access to outdoor adventure activities due to their limited lower body mobility. The modified devices were created for and used by a non-profit organization, The Adaptive Adventure Sports Coalition (TAASC) for recreationa

Water Scooter For Disabled Children

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Helps children with disabilities play and participate in water recreation. PVC piping, a motor, chair frame and buoys are utilized to make the motorized device. COMMENTS: The Water Scooter is designed to allow children with disabilities participate in water recreation safely and efficiently.


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