Here you can read more about what the professionals from the Danish company BørneSpecialisterne thinks about the chair.
At our company, we have tested the EVOLVE chair on several different target groups of children with special needs. Children with difficulties in keeping focus. This group of children normally has to be guided when standing on a step stool otherwise they would fall down if they were derived. In the EVOLVE chair, they are safe and can participate more independently in e.g. cooking. The chair supports and delimits the area around the child. The chair is also tested for children with reduced balance and strength in one body half. The chair has made it possible for the children to participate in everyday activities such as lubricating food packages, cooking, playing with playful things in water in the sink, etc. without falling down. This was not possible for the children before they tested the EVOLVE chair. In addition, stability, balance, coordination in terms of climbing up and down, weight bearing on legs and arms, as well as, for example, fine motor skills, depending on which activity is selected.
Karoline Wede Enevoldsen
Occupational therapist and owner of the company