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Medium chair range of body sizes

Rifton Activity Chair Video 12

Are you wondering whether your client will fit in this chair? This video describes the exact dimensions of the Medium Rifton Activity Chair's seat and backrest and its ability to expand to meet the needs of a growing child. Further information on the chair's dimensions can be found here:
Small, Medium and Large Rifton Activity Chair dimensions

A transcript is provided below for viewers with hearing disabilities and for visual reference.

Watch more videos in this series:

Introduction | Rifton Activity chair video 1
Seat angle adjustments | Rifton Activity chair video 2
Seat height adjustments | Rifton Activity chair video 3
Spring option | Rifton Activity chair video 4
Footrest | Rifton Activity chair video 5
Backrest height & seat depth adjustments | Rifton Activity chair video 6
Pelvic positioning 1 | Rifton Activity chair video 7
Pelvic positioning 2 | Rifton Activity chair video 8
Trunk, arm & head positioning 1 | Rifton Activity chair video 9
Trunk, arm & head positioning 2 | Rifton Activity chair video 10
Leg & feet positioning | Rifton Activity chair video 11
Range of measurement | Rifton Activity chair video 12
Attaching the seat to the base | Rifton Activity chair video 13

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Transcript

[00:00:03.09] Caption: Rifton Activity Chair - Room to Grow

[00:00:07.08] Narrator: Many therapists have asked what adjustment range we have in the medium size chair. So to demonstrate that, I'll put it at its smallest setting with the seat depth all the way in and the back rest all the way down, and our hip guides adjusted all the way in laterally. We have a seat area that is 8½ inches wide by 11 inches deep.

[00:00:37.50] Narrator: If I adjust the hip guides all the way out, that width increases to 11½ inches wide. To get wider that that remove the hip guides, pull the arm rest out, pull the hip guide off, and then you will get to a full 14 inches of width.

[00:01:07.30] Narrator: Pulling the seat all the way out, we get to a full 16 inches of seat depth from the front of the seat to the back. Then, putting the back rest all the way up in its highest position looks like this.