Rifton's Toddler chair with its tray and oblong abduction block is essential in providing speech therapy to small children. It also provides appropriate boundaries for a child who may tend to require frequent redirection when sitting at a small table. When positioned in the Rifton Toddler chair, children are able to take frequent breaks to complete a task such as a book or puzzle without becoming unfocused.
Elizabeth Ward, MSP, CCC/SLP
The Therapy Place
The Rifton Toddler chair is designed to encourage normal, active sitting posture. With adjustments for varying degrees of abduction and knee flexion, as well as optional support and positioning accessories, the Toddler activity chair is designed for use in speech and language therapy to aid in completion of tasks requiring focus and concentration.
The Toddler chair is also used in special education and inclusion classrooms to help children with mild physical disabilities participate more fully in class activities. With its solid design, quality construction and smooth, comfortable shape, the Rifton Toddler chair is welcoming and accessible for play and learning.
Read an article on our blog regarding Correct Positioning in the Rifton Chair