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Scooot is a configurable 4-in-1 mobility rider designed to help children with special needs play, explore and participate in a way that best suits their physical and cognitive abilities.
It's hard to watch your child sit-out the fun stuff if they have mobility problems, but it is tough being their arms and legs all day too. Scooot gives you both a little freedom.
Scooot provides an early experience of independence for lots of kids with mobility challenges. It frees them to explore their home, play with pals, chase big brothers and race little sisters without any help.
Our expert clinicians, designers and engineers worked hard to create a device that helps kids discover new skills as well as new pals. The potential for physical and cognitive development was a key factor in every element of the design.
Cerebra is a charity that helps to improve the lives of children with brain related conditions. 7% of every Scooot sale will go to Cerebra.
Scooot's 4-in-1 design means 4-times the fun and 4-times as many chances to fulfill potential.
Scooot has four cool configurations: Scooot, Ride, Pooosh and Crawl. Different configurations for different abilities and different ways to play.
Scooot lets kids sit upright to move around using their feet.
Supported by a lap belt and backrest, the child’s trunk and pelvis are encouraged to stabilise, freeing up their hands to lift and handle objects, play with family, and explore their surroundings.
Ride lets kids propel themselves around the floor by moving the wheels with their hands.
Having fun in this function can build upper body strength, whilst exploration and participation can improve spatial awareness as well as cognitive, sensory and communication abilities.
Pooosh lets somebody else do the hard work. If your child isn't ready to propel themselves yet (or they're just tired), attach the Pooosh handle.
It's a cool way to get your little one used to the whole idea of Scooot. And it means parents and therapists can help them follow the fun at home, school or therapy sessions.
Crawl allows kids to move and explore on their tummy, helping to strengthen their upper body and tummy muscles as they lift their heads and shoulders.
For added support in Scooot, the Advanced Backrest Cushion helps. It's an optional extra that gives a supportive ‘hug’ to your child's trunk. The laterals move up and down to give support where it's needed. Or remove them and just have an extra-comfy cushioned backrest.
The Advanced Backrest Cushion is easy to attach, wash, and can be bought separately.
|Size||Approx age||Maximum user weight||Seat base width||Seat base length (from back to front of seat)||Length from hip to end of footplate when seated||Backrest width||Backrest height||Wheel arch width||Height of seat base off floor|
|4-in-1||2-6 years||22kg/48.5lbs||230mm/9"||400mm/15.5"||When footplate is not extended 520mm/20.5"When footplate is fully extended 630mm/24.5"||260mm/10.5"||300mm/12"||230mm/9"||160mm/6"|
|Laterals Length||Lateral Length Settings|
|Advanced Backrest Cushion Accessory||420mm/16.5"||790mm/31" Min setting 1010mm/40"|
|Pooosh Pole||H 890mm (max from floor) H 800mm (min from floor)|
Scooot's suitablility depends on the child's level of physical development, hip width and leg-length.
It is generally suitable for children aged 2-6 who are assessed at levels I-IV on the Gross Motor Function Classification Scale (GMFCS).
Scooot is available in one size only.
The Scooot Activity Programme has been designed to help maintain and develop those independent mobility skills, and explains how Scooot can be used in lots of different ways to do this.
Your step-by-step guide to using your Scooot Seat.
Your step-by-step guide to retro-fitting your new Scooot backrest.
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Customer CommentAmazing! My son is still trying to get used to it, but that is based on his disability and size versus the product. The product overall is well-built, easy to assemble, and versatile. Of note, having a child who is somewhat hypotonic within his torso, I couldn't imagine using this without the advanced... Amazing! My son is still trying to get used to it, but that is based on his disability and size versus the product. The product overall is well-built, easy to assemble, and versatile. Of note, having a child who is somewhat hypotonic within his torso, I couldn't imagine using this without the advanced backrest. It was definitely worth the additional cost.
Customer CommentFantastic Product. Looking forward to more inovative products
Customer CommentMy child has just turned 2. He can move his arms & hold his own head however he has very low muscle tone in his legs & is non-verbal due to his condition. He can't crawl or walk the Scoot has been amazing for him. It gives him opportunity to go around & get what he wants without getting frustrated. He... My child has just turned 2. He can move his arms & hold his own head however he has very low muscle tone in his legs & is non-verbal due to his condition. He can't crawl or walk the Scoot has been amazing for him. It gives him opportunity to go around & get what he wants without getting frustrated. He also really enjoys being in it. Thank you for enabling disabled children to have some independence.
Customer CommentMy daughter loves the Scooot! It is a great piece of equipment because it can be used in different ways to work on different muscles. It is also easy to use and can be easily transported to different places like homes that are not wheelchair accessible.
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Customer CommentGood product, a couple of slight modifications could make it more usable / flexible for children with limited movement / ability to support themselves. Happy to discuss suggestions if anyone wants to contact me
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