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Tumble Forms

Pediatric Tumble Forms

Type of Tumble FormPurpose
Deluxe Floor Sitter Originally developed for feeding, can also be used for short-term acts. Wedge can be used to position Feeder seat in upright or reclined position. Allows good basic positionioning. Alternative to W/C or stander.
Feeder Seat Provides positioning control for whole child while feeding. Good for kids w/CP who lack proper sitting balance & head/mouth control. Hip strap holds pelvis @ 90 degree angle.
Feader Seat: Training programs Positions child 4 attention span acts such as: practice feeding techs, jaw control & grasp/reach exer, communication boards, 1-to-1 communication, oral exercising
Feeder Seat: Feeding program (feeding objective: eye-hand coordination control) Position child upright @ 90 deg. 4 maintenance of trunk/head control. Lat. side supports keep (L)->(R) symmetry/brings arms slightly fwd, backrest keeps shoulders protractd w/headrest preventing neck hyprext. Abductor keeps LEs mildly abd/ext. rotated
Feeder Seat: Upright sitting An assymetrical child can be held symmetrical if placed in seat w/hips flexed at 90 deg/strapped in positin.Recline seat 2 approp. angle until best degr.of relaxd control observed (can be as much as 130). As child progresses decrease recline angle.
Feeder Seat: Reclined (Young adult w/spastic CP) Seat can b used supine 2 (A) in reducing lordotic curve/encourage nexk flexion. Recline/support LEs to create greateer than 90 deg of flex @ hips, gravity will (A) w/ positioning to provide ROM 2 lowr bk. UE fwd flex/hor. abd are encouraged w/antigravity.
Feeder Seat: Adapted to Home Use Position w/wedge or against any stationary object @ home for act's such as : 1-to-1 games, observing siblings play, watching mom in kitchen, watching tv.
Feeder Seat: Adaptation to Mobility The all-foam seat provides material that can conform to any irregular surface. Can be adapted to many wheeled devices when used w/ proper strapping. Wheeled devices: umbrella style strollers, regular stroller or carriage, W/C, Tumbe Forms Rover.
Rover Made to transport Feeder Seat, method of adding mobility to positioning.
Universal Corner Chair Primarily used to practice basic sitting position.
Universal Corner Chair: Extensor Thrust Inhbition facilitates shoulder flexion which helps prevent extensor thrust from hips/LEs when child lifts UEs for hand use.Also provides lat. supports 2 provide practice in balance control. MUST have some deg. of trunk control.
Sitting is the _____ first position in developmental sequence which completely frees both arms for bilateral movement, FM skills & eye-hand coordination
Sitting is the basis for _____ balanced WB on the LE's which then leads to head/trunk control
Universal Corner Chair: Contraindications floppy head, rounded back, unable to use hands.
Universal Corner Chair: Knee Extension Forces child's knees into full extension while sitting, this will help child 2 have full LE ROM. If not child may sit cross-legged using abductor post as brace. Can also raise seat up so full extension isn't required.
Square Module Seating System: Components Consists of the "box" seat & a set of blocks. Each module shape is used for adaptive positioning. Can be used for thousand helpful ways of positioning.
Square Module Seating System: Appied Use (Upside down) Square "box" can be used as an obj. to pull up to.
Square Module Seating System: Appied Use (Upside down) round hole provides good support for beginning sitting tolerance.
Square Module Seating System: Appied Use (Inverted) "Box" is an object to sit under, putting torso through the hole w/legs out from opening, or flexed cross-legged inside "box".
Square Module Seating System: Appied Use (dressing) Ring can be used to practice dressing skills. Step into ring and pull up to waist, or pull it over head. Excelent way to develop BODY AWARENESS.
Mobile Floor Sitter A positionig system that provides stability, support w/mobility. Encourages an awareness of body image in relation to direction and the child's surroundings.
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