A portable activity kit for early intervention therapy at home or on the move for children aged 0-48 months.
The Playpak shoulder bag contains rolls, wedges and supports designed by Firefly's clinical experts in collaboration with therapists. It is suitable for babies and young children considered to be GMFCS levels I-V, depending on their level of physical development.
These components combine in dozens of ways to facilitate three crucial early intervention postures (active sitting, supine and prone) to let children play and learn during therapy sessions or in the home.
Lightweight bag containing an entire activity centre, including rolls, wedges and supports which can be put together in dozens of different ways to practice the early positions which form the building blocks for later abilities.
The various supports allow you to achieve an even wider variety of developmental postures and positions such as; tummy lying, floor sitting, back lying and 4-point kneeling.
Research shows that early intervention programmes for babies and children that allow therapists and parents to work together, like Playpak does, make a bigger impact on a child’s development.
Online Therapy Booklet available, featuring expert advice and instructions to help develop physical, cognitive, sensory and communication skills.
Playpak suits babies and young children considered to be levels I-V on the Gross Motor Classification Scale (GMFCS), depending on their level of physical development.
Firefly Playpak useful downloads.
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The Firefly range of portable products are all about participation. These posturally supportive products are clinically sound, practical and fun, ensuring children with additional needs can take part in everyday life. As well as products, Firefly facilitates an online community where advice and experiences are shared between parents, therapists and charities.