Tumble Forms 2 Universal Grasshopper System

Tumble Forms 2 Universal Grasshopper System

  • Made in USA

Tumble Forms 2 Universal Grasshopper System has seventeen different shapes and forms that help therapists in positioning children and adults, without resorting to unsanitary pillows and foam. It incorporates adaptive positions like side lying, supine, prone, long leg and log roll sitting into therapeutic programs. Padded coaster base makes it easy to move client while maintaining adaptive support. To transform it into an active therapeutic system for vestibular stimulation activities, attach tumble forms 2 log to grasshopper base.

Item # Desc Pkg Price
4775 Universal Grasshopper System Each


  • Tumble Forms 2 Universal Grasshopper System includes
    - Padded coaster base with locking casters 56"L x 30"W tapering to 24"W (142 x 76-61cm)
    - Trapezoid module, 5"H x 18"L (13x46cm)
    - Rectangular module, 5.5"W x 11"L x 3"H (14x28x8cm)
    - Large wedge, 24"W x 28"D x 8"H (61x71x20cm)
    - Small wedge, 20"W x 22"D x 6"H (51x56x15cm)
    - Accessory wedge
    - Two quarter roll support
    - Three side abductor modules
    - Log 8"W x 48"L x 7"H (20x122x18cm)
    - Two wrap strap
    - Hip strap
    - Side layer strap
    - Accessory bag
  • Padded coaster base makes it easy to move client while maintaining adaptive support
  • Soft covering is incredibly durable, easy to clean with antimicrobial protection, odor resistance and is nontoxic
  • No color choice
  • Latex free

More Information

  • Applied Uses:
    - Vestibular Activities: Vestibular stimulation can be used in either of two ways, to elicit an adaptive protective or equilibrium response, to effect a change in a child muscle tone without requiring an adaptive response on the part of the child.
    - Prone/Supine Positioning: The prone or supine position can be used to develop improved head control, shoulder girdle stability and help prevent contractures and deformities in the lower extremities by facilitating hip extention, abduction and external rotation, knee extention and ankle dorsiflexion.
    - Side Lying Positioning: Side lying enables the child to achieve a beginning midline control that is important motorically, cognitively and perceptually. It facilitates the development of eye hand coordination as the child visually monitors his arm and hand movements.
    - Sitting Positions: Independent sitting enables the child to engage in a range of activities involving varying degrees of eye/hand coordination while upright. Both Roll sitting and Long leg sitting can be used to maintain or increase range of motion.

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