From Adaptive Star, the Axiom Mobility Push Chairs are heavy duty, yet lighter weight, and fold for easy transport. The Axiom Mobility Push Chair product line is designed for use as an outdoor or indoor mobility system, All-terrain pushchair, and a pushchair for home, school, and out in the community.
There are 3 different mobdels, each available in 3 sizes:
Improv: Fixed Front Wheel and Fixed Footrest
Endeavour: Fixed Front Wheel and Individually Height-Adjustable Footrests
Lassen: Swivel Front Wheels and Fixed Footrest
The Axiom Special Needs Mobility Push Chairs are recommended for children with mild to moderate physical disabilities, with an approximate age of 5 to 17 years old and height ranging from approximately 43" - 64" (109 - 163 cm).
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