The Convaid Rodeo Tilt is a lightweight tilt-in-space pediatric stroller for children with special needs. It FOLDS & TILTS! Never before has a stroller featured all of these capabilities in a lightweight design. The Rodeo Tilt adaptive stroller is available in four sizes and will provide a great fit for children approximately 3 years old to small adult.
The Rodeo tilt-in-space stroller has a tilt adjustability from 5° to 45° and a seat to back angle adjustability from 0° to 20°. The stroller's tilting feature provides additional upper trunk and head control for children with moderate to more severe levels of physical involvement.
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Just to let you know our Son is LOVING his Special Tomato Mobile Floor Kit. He has a wheelchair but we wanted a chair for him to be close to the ground where his brothers can play with him.Michael