Pediatric Mobility

                      Pediatric Mobility

Mobility Solutions' Pediatric Rehab Division assists families with several aspects of a child’s mobility, focusing on products that allow for a child’s independence, dignity and safety. Our Pediatric Rehabilitation team is perfectly suited to assist your family with all of your child’s specialized equipment and supply needs. We are proud to have RESNA Certified Assistive Technology Providers (ATPs) on staff, representing the highest standards in the pediatric rehab industry.

  • Manual Wheelchairs 
  • Folding Pediatric Wheelchairs are ideal if your child has changing needs or your family needs a highly portable option for storing in tight spaces or transporting in your vehicle. 
  • Rigid Pediatric Wheelchairs are easier to propel and control, giving your child the freedom to fearlessly explore their world. Designed specifically for kids, they are simple to use, reliable, and include built-in adjustments to keep up with your child as they grow!
  • Tilt-in-Space wheelchairs are designed to improve your child's positioning by helping to facilitate feeding and respiratory function, reduce pressure and improve their line of sight by holding your child's head upright. 
Childrens Rigid WC
Childrens Manual WC
Childrens Tilt and Space


  • Power Wheelchairs 

Specifically designed to meet the many varied special needs of young users, these smaller versions of adult wheelchairs include a vast assortment of features and innovative designs to suit every unique child. Whether a child has cerebral palsy, autism, muscular dystrophy and other disabilities, or is recovering from an injury, illness or surgery that hinders ambulation, there is sure to be a perfect wheelchair match for every special young user.

Childrens PWC

  • Gait Trainers 
Gait trainers are often recommended for children who have completed a standing program, and have demonstrated ambulatory potential. An assessment of the child's home must be completed to ensure the gait trainer can be used safely within the home (i.e. doors and hallways are wide enough).

Gait Trainers

  • Standers 
A standing frame is a device used by a child with a neuromuscular condition who is unable to stand alone. Standers and standing programs can improve digestion, increase muscle strength, decrease contractures, increase bone density, and minimize decalcification.
  • Mobile standers provide freedom to explore to wheelchair- bound children. More importantly, this stander helps strengthen critical motor skills so a user can progress toward independent standing. 
  • Prone standers provide anterior support and stability while encouraging weight-bearing and use of both hands and arms. Fully adjustable prone standers can "grow" with children as their skills develop.
  • Supine standers allow children with disabilities to be positioned in a standing position, which is the first step to facilitating bone and muscle development and maintaining range of motion in addition to encouraging of the body's internal functions.

Mobile Stander
Prone Stander

Supine Stander


  • Specialty Walkers 

Walkers are most often recommended for children who require assistance moving about their environment and who have documentation from a physician of an impaired mobility status.


Pediatric Walker


  • Bathing & Toileting Systems 
These versatile systems offer great support and many possibilities! Hygiene and Toileting Systems (HTS) can be used over the toilet, freestanding toilet chair or a mobile shower chair. They offer many supports and accessories to allow a child to improve towards greater independence.

Childrens HTS

Childrens Bathing


  • Adaptive Bicycles
Working with medical professionals, therapists and families, adaptive bicycles are thoughtfully designed to accommodate the needs of children with disabilities such as Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, Muscular Dystrophy, Angelman Syndrome, Rett Syndrome and visual impairment. Any bike can be further customized and adjusted to the exact specifications and unique requirements of the rider, ensuring that each bike is a perfect fit.



  • Adaptive Strollers

Adaptive strollers are most often recommended, and may be considered for a child who:

  • Weighs 30 pounds or more
  • Is expected to be ambulatory within one year of the request or is not expected to need a wheelchair within two years of the request
  • Does not own another seating system, including a wheelchair
  • Does not require a specialty seating system, such as on a wheelchair

Childrens Stroller


  • SleepSafe® Safety BedsSleepSafe Beds
SleepSafe Bed
SleepSafe Bed
SleepSafe Bed
SleepSafe Bed

When choosing a SleepSafe® Bed, we want you and your child to rest in a comfortable and safe environment, so with the advice from care giving professionals and listening to the needs of our clients, Mobility Solutions proudly recommends SleepSafe® Beds. They have created durable medical equipment (DME) safety beds that meet or exceed the FDA guidelines on entrapment and falls.

Children Group Banner


See our Facebook post from 04/13/2017:
MSI would like to introduce you to one of our youngest clients.

 This is Jonathan’s first standing device. This sit-to-stand allows Jonathan to develop and maintain range of his lower extremities. Other benefits include improved respiratory and digestive systems, and improved bone density. We’re now working on providing Jonathan with a power chair that has special adaptive controls. We want to thank Brett (Pediatric ATP) for sharing this young man and his family's story with us all.