Early intervention mobility for toddlers up to 55 lbs.
The Kid Kart® Xpress early intervention mobility kids wheelchair features superior positioning, contemporary style, and user-friendly functionality for children 0-3 years old weighing up to 55 lbs.
Removable Seat and Folding Base
The Xpress' removable seat can be positioned to face forward or face rearward toward you for quick response to your child's needs and greater interaction. Perfect for families with busy schedules, the seat conveniently detaches from the base and folds. The base can then be folded flat in a quick, fluid motion for easy transport.
Adjustable Tilt Range
With 20° of forward tilt and 45° of rearward tilt, the Xpress features a 65° adjustable tilt range for superior positioning capabilities. Rearward tilt assists with feeding and respiratory function, improves visual orientation, and helps infants and toddlers hold their heads upright. Forward tilt may help babies and toddlers achieve important developmental milestones such as bringing their hands to their mouths or reaching for objects.
Adjustable Positioning Components
The Xpress' cushion, back, and positioning components offer extensive adjustability to keep up with the rapid growth of infants and toddlers. Varying foam softness and thickness and multiple options for head, hip, thigh, and trunk supports help create a custom combination tailored for your child's unique positioning needs.
Accessories for ADLs
The Xpress is available with loads of options to make daily tasks more convenient and fulfill the medical needs of your child. Every Xpress comes standard with a canopy that includes a mesh, magnet-attached window, allowing you to see your child when facing forward. Optional ventilator trays, IV poles, oxygen tank holders, and upper extremity support trays transform the Xpress to support your child's individual needs. The Fixed Height Feeder Base and Height Adjustable Booster Base keep your child properly positioned during feeding, activities, or therapy.
NOTE : Please ask our Sales Representative for possible government funding through the Assisted Devices Program