What’s the Difference Between a Car Seat and a Booster Seat?
Knowing the Difference between Car Seats and Booster Seats, especially how they apply to children with special needs, can go a long way. Children with special needs often have decreased core strength or abnormal muscle tone that affects the stability of their seated posture. This puts them at greater risk for injury in cars when challenged by quick direction changes, abrupt stops or accidents. Older children and young adults can benefit from booster car seats for much longer than their typically developing peers.
Choosing the Right Car Booster Seat
At Adaptivemall.com, our team of therapists carefully select what we assess to be the highest quality, most durable, and versatile products on the market today. All are from leading manufacturers of special needs equipment in the USA and around the world. Most have several decades of experience manufacturing adaptive equipment. And the same therapists who select these products are on hand to help answer questions and guide you toward the right equipment to meet your individual needs. Reach out to us at 800-371-2778.
For more information about comparing the Special Tomato MPS Car Seat and BCS (Booster Car Seat), click here.