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  • About

    Our History Rifton began in 1977 as an offshoot of Community Playthings, a leading manufacturer of furniture and equipment for early childhood settings. When our designers paid a neighborly visit to a Connecticut home for children with disabilities, a therapist asked if they could custom-build a chair for one of their residents. In the next months similar requests trickled in, and before long designers...
  • Standers

    There are a multitude of health benefits to standing. Our bodies are made to be upright, and for people with special needs who cannot stand independently we can often improve respiration, digestion, bone density, muscle control and peer interactions simply by supporting them in an upright position.
  • Bathing and Toileting Systems

    Bathing and toileting aids are indispensable in caring for people with physical disabilities. While presenting unique challenges, bathing and toileting also offer areas of opportunity for skill-building and functional participation in a daily routine.
  • FAQs

    Find the answers to your questions here... Click on the links below to see the answers to the most frequently asked questions. If you don't find the answer you are looking for, contact us and we will be happy to help.
  • Lift and Transfer Devices

    Our lift and mobility transfer systems are designed to be operated by a single caregiver with zero lifting for gait training, sit-to-stand, toileting and other seated transfers.
  • Special Needs Tricycles

    For children with special needs, these adaptive trikes are a fun way to practice new skills such as reciprocal leg movement and strengthening.
  • Special Needs Chairs

    The Rifton Activity Chair is perfect for active learning, feeding and speech therapy as well as for clients with sensory processing challenges.
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