ZipZac Mobility Chairs

a little girl in her assistive rolling chairs for kids

The ZipZac 1 & 2® are great mobility chairs for kids who need assistance. The chair was originally developed for a young boy with spina bifida who could move his hips but not his legs. The compact mobility device sits low to the ground and has large rigid wheels so kids can move around independently to play with other children at their level and be able to pick up toys off the floor and play with them. They are available in three different colors as well as with a pole to assist movement. Find out more about the ZipZac® on their website to see if it’s a good fit for your child!

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