Equipment for Children
At Numotion we want to improve the lives of people who count on us and we specialize in meeting equipment needs from infancy through adulthood.
OUR FOCUS ON CHILDREN
Due to the special and specific requirements of children we put pediatric equipment in a category of its own. Our goal is to build personalized relationships with the children and families we work with. We know that the children and families we help face many difficulties and we strive to be a trusted and supportive partner throughout. All children grow, want to have play and have fun, seek independence and need room to learn. At Numotion we take all these needs into consideration when helping customize the right equipment.
INDIVIDUALLY CONFIGURED EQUIPMENT OPTIONS
Our ATPs will assist you every step of the way in choosing the best equipment option for you and your child. Pediatric options we offer and can customize include:
- Power and Manual Wheelchairs
- Customized seating systems
- Bath and toileting equipment
- Walkers and Gait Trainers
- Standers and standing aids
- Beds and sleeping products
- Feeding chairs and activity chairs
- Car Seats
- Assistive technology mounts (communication devices)
- Therapy and play equipment
- Trikes, bikes, scooters and more
- Home lift systems
ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONALS
At Numotion, an ATP is involved in the evaluation process for all pediatric equipment. Our Assistive Technology Professionals (ATPs) provide seating evaluations for children with significant postural or mobility defects. Many insurance companies require that a RESNA (Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America) certified ATP work with a child and their clinician to qualify for coverage. At Numotion, all of our ATPs are RESNA certified and trained and educated to select the most suitable product for each child. During evaluations, ATPs consider a child's immediate and anticipated medical and functional needs, including activities of daily living, functional mobility, positioning and pressure relief. These activities include eating, sleeping, moving around, having fun and playing, completing schoolwork, etc.