Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Will my child fit in the Childrite seat?
A: The best guideline we can give you is, generally children up to about 70lbs can fit in the Childrite.
Q: Does the Childrite seat contain Latex?
A: The Childrite seat does not contain latex.
Q: Can you put the Childrite Seat in water?
A: You can put the Childrite seat in water but not for an extended period as there is a possibility that the foam could absorb the water.
Q: What is the best way to clean and disinfect the Childrite Seat?
A: You can use general household cleaner or wipes to clean and disinfect the Childrite Seat. Do not use spirit based cleaner as it could breakdown the polyurethane.
Q: Does the Childrite Seat come with a table?
A: We used to make a table for the Childrite Seat but because of the low volume they had to be hand made out of wood and they were simply too expensive and the shipping cost was high due to size and weight. We recommend people find a handy carpenter in the family to make one or find a kid’s table that can work.
Q: Does the Childrite Seat have buckles or straps to hold the child in?
A: We did not put a strap in the Childrite Seat as its purpose is to encourage children to lean how to use their torso and back muscles to sit independently. Like in special needs wheelchairs and other chairs the children are inclined to hang against or from the seatbelt and they do not do any work to strengthen their bodies.
Q: Can I use the Childrite Seat as a booster or car seat in a vehicle?
A: The Child Rite Seat is a therapy chair. DO NOT USE AS A CAR SEAT OR BOOSTER SEAT.
Q: Does Medicare or private insurance cover the cost of the Childrite Seat?
A: The Childrite Seat may qualify under the HCPCS Code T5001 to be provided to Medicare beneficiaries and or individuals enrolled in private health insurance programs. Please speak to your child’s therapist or heath care provider in this regard.
Q: What is the Childrite made of?
A: The Childrite is individually hand made of polyurethane using a Reaction Injection Molding (RIM) process. Two liquids are mixed and added to the mold, the polyurethane turns into foam with a skin layer with the help of a blowing agent.