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hi
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Hi All,

I would love to buy a bike for my daughter, she has CHD, so carn't actually ride a bike. She has one with a push handle on already. I'd like one where i can ride it and there would be an extra seat for her to sit on.

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hi, there are usually plenty of trikes on ebay. the best thing to do is have an assesment with the company you intend to purchase from quest 88 are another specialist provider, they will come to your home or even hospital physio dept, once you know what product is suitable you can look into finding funding? we have just been through this process last week. on applying to cerebra have been informed they have ran out of funding for this year! hope this helps
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Hi
Just to update , the trike is now sold.
Hope you all get the equipment you need.
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(09-10-2010, 11:10 AM)jacob Wrote: Does anyone know where you are able to purchase a relatively cheap special needs tricycle? My son is 6 years old and has mobility problems along with various other difficulties. I have looked into purchasing one through the various "special needs" providers, but they are just so expensive (£1200 was the cheapest).
hi i dont know if you would be interested in the ones i have for sale,i have this on ebay cant seem to get a pic uploaded on here ive copied and pasted the info from there. x gill
This trike would be suitable for a child around three and a half years my son can still fit on it hes now 8 you can adjust the head rest,footclamps,hip supports it has a saftey belt you need an allen key and some parts need a spanner if you need to adjust anything (have got the instructions) ,We have not adjusted anything on it apart from the footclamps which easly readjusts to smaller size .The instructions say its easy to slip apart for transporting i have not had the need to do this as we have two trikes (two children with cerabral palsy) so the cars always been full with the Children .my boys have mobility problems ,this trike is fantasic for any child with similair problems its very sturdy and easy to peddle i also have pull rod to it i have not had the need to use it so that is brand new anything else you may want to know you can mail me thankyou also it will be pick up only as not sure on posting larger items x


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