When purchasing a wheelchair for your little one, it’s important that they’re comfortable and secure at all times. Fortunately, our range of children’s wheelchairs does exactly that with many customisable features on seats and footrests with soft cushioned five-point harnesses to keep them secure. The large wheels also produce a smooth ride, absorbing bumps and vibration on uneven surfaces.
The accessories for children’s wheelchairs at Complete Care Shop are all designed with comfort and safety in mind. We have padded headrest pillows, bags to store a number of items, and headrest extensions to provide comfort for taller individuals. Choose from our variety of options to enhance your child’s comfort.
If you’re not 100% certain about which wheelchair your child requires, you can make use of Complete Care Shop’s free home wheelchair assessment. Our wheelchair specialists have an unparalleled knowledge of our range, so they’re in the perfect position to help you find a wheelchair that fits your child’s needs. We also provide free expert product advice for you to use, if needed.
At Complete Care Shop, we’re determined to help and support you towards increased independence every day. With an excellent rating on Trustpilot, it’s clear that we’re a reliable supplier of high-quality kids’ wheelchairs. If you have any questions about our wheelchairs, don’t hesitate to contact our Expert Advice Service for help.
Frequently asked questions about children’s wheelchairs
A children's wheelchair is a specially designed mobility aid for kids who have difficulty walking or moving around due to physical disabilities or medical conditions. These wheelchairs are smaller, lighter, and more adjustable than adult wheelchairs, making them suitable for children's needs. They come in various sizes and styles to accommodate different age groups and mobility requirements.
Choosing the right children's wheelchair involves considering several factors, such as your child's specific needs, the type of disability, their age, and the activities they want to engage in. You should work closely with healthcare professionals, such as physical therapists and occupational therapists, who can provide recommendations based on your child's condition. Key features to look for include adjustable seating, proper support, lightweight construction, and ease of manoeuvrability.
As children grow, their wheelchair needs may change. If your child outgrows their current wheelchair, it's important to consult with a healthcare professional, such as a physical therapist or an occupational therapist. They can assess your child's new requirements and recommend the appropriate wheelchair size and features. In some cases, it might be possible to make adjustments to the existing wheelchair, like changing the seating components or extending certain parts. If the child has significantly outgrown the current wheelchair, they may need a new one that better suits their size and mobility needs. Remember that proper fitting and comfort are key to ensuring your child's safety and wellbeing.