Great New Video: Proper Positioning and What it Can Do for a Child

March 22, 2012 by Elena Noble, MPT

A young boy with Rett Syndrome, grabs with awe at a bell, while being tilted forward in his Rifton Activity Chair by a young woman.Here is a heartwarming video sent to us by Braxton’s dad which I thought you would appreciate. Braxton has a rare form of Rett Syndrome; there are only five others cases like his. He has survived beyond the expected 14 months of age and is a much loved member of the family. He recently received a Rifton Activity chair from the Overland Park Fire Department Benevolent Association and it has been life-changing. It gives enough support to allow him to participate in family meals and interact with his siblings. See what the Rifton Activity Chair has done for Braxton – and his parents.

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