Complex Rehab Technology (CRT) Strollers differ from regular strollers in how they collapse, the type of supports available, and how they adjust for growth. When you need a simple way to get your child around, or when time is a factor, strollers fill in the gap.
Fixed Tilt Option
With some Tilt technology, gravity helps improve postural control and support the body of children with limited upper-body strength.
Many strollers have transport tie-downs for use in a motor vehicle, such as a school bus, equipped with tie-down straps.
Strollers can have several accessory options, including a work tray, caster locks or rain cover – although some, or all, options may not be covered by insurance.
Add-On Positioning Devices
There are several add-on options that can support your child’s needs, including positioning straps, harnesses and backs.
Strollers have several positioning options to keep your child comfortably in place.