Thanks so much Firefly for sending me a Scooot to try and review. No other compensation was given. Readers, thank you for supporting brands that support my family.
If you have a child with special needs you know it isn’t always easy for them to play with their siblings or other kids their age. Firefly recently made a 3-in-1 mobility rider for little explorers to change that.
Mobility Rider for Little Explorers
Scooot’s 3-in-1 design means 3-times the fun and 3-times as many chances to fulfill potential. And because it’s more affordable than other mobility devices, your investment goes a lot further. More choices, more opportunities.
Scooot is available in two versions: 2-in-1 or 3-in-1. Just choose the version that suits your child and that will benefit them the most.
Crawl allows kids to move and explore on their tummy, helping to strengthen upper body and tummy muscles as they lift their heads and shoulders.
I loved how tall Carsyn got while on the Scooot. Regularly on his tummy he would not lift that high. This is going to have a huge benefit on his core muscles.
Scoot 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 stabilize, freeing up their hands to lift and handle objects, play with family and explore their surroundings.
Carsyn hasn’t tried this position yet.
Ride lets kids propel themselves around the floor by maneuvering the wheels. Having fun in this function can also build upper body strength, whilst exploration and participation can improve spatial awareness as well as cognitive, sensory and communication abilities.
I am using this inside with Carsyn to help him understand the concept of a wheelchair. I am hoping one day he will be able to self propel himself all the time. I do wish the back had a little more support for Carsyn because he has such low tone in his core, but I heard they are trying to come up with a solution now.
Dustyn really enjoys pushing Carsyn on the Scooot around the house. Carsyn thinks it is hilarious and the best thing ever!! I see that it really helps them connect, when they don’t normally have a way to play together.