a bright yellow and blue powered mobility device. It has a tray with a central joystick, pommel seat, platform for the child's feet, and four small caster wheels. It can be driven in sitting or standing.

Heather Feldner will serve as the PI on a recently announced NIH National Pediatric Rehabilitation Resource Center (C-PROGRESS) pilot grant investigating the developmental outcomes, family perceptions, and community use patterns of two powered mobility devices: modified ride-on cars and the recently released and FDA cleared Permobil Explorer Mini, a powered mobility device approved for children 12-36 months of age. This study is a multi-site, randomized, crossover clinical trial which will enroll 24 children and families in partnership with the University of Washington, Dr. Sam Logan at Oregon State University, and Dr. Lisa Kenyon at Grand Valley State University.

Check out this link from C-PROGRESS for more information!

IMPACT Co to lead Pilot Powered Mobility Clinical Trial