Starting from $2868
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The GS was designed to accommodate the changes your child may experience throughout the life of the chair. Both the rigid and folding frames and the versatile growing seat pan allow for up to 2" of width growth and up to 4" of depth growth! Adjustable components including armrests and legrests maintain proper positioning during development.
No two families are identical. To accommodate differing priorities and lifestyles, the GS is available with a folding frame or a rigid frame. The folding frame is a good choice for families needing to store the chair in a vehicle or in tight spaces at home. With fewer moving parts, the rigid frame option requires the least amount of propulsion effort and offers the lowest overall weight.
Self-propulsion allows children to explore and interact with their environment. The GS provides the best access to the wheels during different stages of development. If your child has a shorter arm reach or would benefit from being able to see the wheels, placing the push wheel at the front of the frame (reverse) can encourage use and self-propulsion. As they grow, the wheels may then be moved to the rear of the frame (standard) for the best wheel access.
When it comes to pediatric wheelchairs, there is not much real estate for attaching options and accessories! The GS's dual seat rails allow the seat to be mounted separately from the armrests, wheel locks, and other options to avoid parts interference.