The physical disabilities of the client prevent the child from controlling a typical power wheel. The child needs a way to control the vehicle with simple buttons or joysticks, while being securely and comfortably strapped in. In addition, the client’s mother would like a way to remotely control the car as a safety measure.
The client has physical disabilities that impart his motor function. We are addressing this by linking a Child Ride-On Car to a remote control and modifying the Car's steering capability and battery components so that a 3rd party can control the speed and direction the car takes. We are also addressing any support mechanisms that needs to be implemented to contain the client comfortably according to his needs, such as head padding and a chest harness.