About the solution
“The Ergochair for Little People adjust so that the backrest supports your back while at the same time allowing your knee to bend at the edge of the seat. You can also adjust the height of the chair to raise up to a standard height desk or lowered to a reduced height desk. Whatever height you choose, your feet are supported by an adjustable footrest”, it says on the official website.
Robert is a rehabilitation engineering consultant practicing since 1983. He has his own company, Adaptive Living which goal is to assist individuals with disabilities to achieve independence through assistive technology. This independence is achieved when appropriate assistive technology is applied so that an individual with a disability is able to independently function at home or school, on the job, in commercial facilities and places of public accommodation, and when using public or private transportation
Adapted from: http://www.adaptiveliving.com/about.html
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