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Tilt-in-Space AND Reclining Strollers

Tilt-in-Space and Reclining Adaptive Strollers and Wheelchairs

In the world of adaptive strollers and wheelchairs, you’ll see all sorts of unique styles and options. Some of the most popular include tilt-in-space and reclining features for the stroller seat. The strollers and push chairs on this page offer both features. We’ll talk a little bit about each feature and its benefits here to ensure that you purchase an appropriate stroller for your child or family member’s specific needs, as well as your budget and applications. is always the best resource!

What Do These Strollers and Wheelchairs Do?

When an adaptive stroller or wheelchair has a tilt-in-space feature, the entire seat and back tilt as a unit. The angle of bending or flexion at the hips, knees and ankles does not change. This is ideal for individuals who, for example, may be positioned at 90 degrees of hip, knee, and ankle flexion to control extensor thrusting, but they also fatigue in fully upright sitting. When they are leaned back, gravity assists with their positioning, and they do not expend as much energy as they would when fully upright. Their weight is also distributed differently to alleviate points of excessive pressure. The recline feature allows for the adjustment of the seat-to-back angle. This feature is found on many commercially available strollers and allows for the child’s trunk and head to be leaned back. The recline feature is convenient for parents and caregivers — it provides great positioning for diaper changes, positioning for tube feeds or drainage and simply resting. Click here for more information including visuals to help with understanding tilt-in-space and recline features as they apply to special needs strollers.

What’s the benefit? Having both features on a single adaptive stroller, push chair or wheelchair offers lots of options for changes of position and weight shifting. This is especially important for individuals who are not able to do that independently for themselves. They’re perfect for all-day adventures and outings because they provide comfort and support that can be varied when sitting for long periods of time. Wheeled mobility equipment with a combination of tilt-in-space and recline features come in many sizes for kids and adults. Reach out to us for advice on sizing questions and anything else you may need help with!

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  1. Convaid Rodeo Tilt
    Convaid Rodeo Tilt
    Regular Price $2,638.00 $2,638.00
    Sale Price $2,374.20
  2. Convaid Safari Tilt
    Convaid Safari Tilt
    Regular Price $3,050.00 $3,050.00
    Sale Price $2,745.00
  3. Thomashilfen EASyS Modular S Push Chair
    Thomashilfen EASyS Modular S Push Chair
    Regular Price $5,034.00 $5,034.00
    Sale Price $4,782.30
  4. Ormesa New Bug Seat
    Ormesa New Bug Seat
    Regular Price $3,710.00 $3,710.00
    Sale Price $3,524.50
  5. R82 Stingray
    R82 Stingray
    Regular Price $4,971.00 $4,971.00
    Sale Price $4,473.90
  6. Leggero Trak
    Leggero Trak
    Regular Price $3,681.00 $3,681.00
    Sale Price $2,944.90
  7. Thomashilfen EASyS Advantage Stroller
    Thomashilfen EASyS Advantage Stroller
    Regular Price $4,714.00 $4,714.00
    Sale Price $4,478.30
  8. Thomashilfen tRide Stroller
    Thomashilfen tRide Stroller
    Regular Price $3,876.00 $3,876.00
    Sale Price $3,682.20

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