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THE ONLY MOBILITY TOOL FOR TODDLERS WHO ARE BLIND
Schools and Agencies Pediatric Belt Cane Purchase
Safe Toddles is the sole source for pediatric belt canes. We accept purchase orders and will provide a price quote or any other paperwork needed by your school or agency before purchase of a pediatric belt cane. Please click on the button below to begin the process of obtaining pediatric belt canes for your students who are blind or mobility visually impaired.
Project 1: Soterix Medical Smart Belt Study
One Free Belt Canes to Test the Smart Belt and Smart Mobility App
Funded by the US Department of Education, the project tests the Smart Belt. Participants will receive one free standard belt cane set per child who is blind/mobility visually impaired and $50.
Individuals can apply to test the smart belt
Current users are eligible parents of children who are blind or mobility visually impaired (ages 12-59 months) who are current belt cane users call 845-244-6600 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org to request a letter of consent.
New users sign up by clicking button below - to complete the in-take form and submit signed letter of consent.
Individual testers (child wearing smart belt) will be compensated with $50
Agency testing sites
Financial compensation will be provided to the facility and the parents who participate in a one-day data collection event at your agency.
To be selected as a site, we need at least 5-10 children who are blind or mobility visually impaired (ages 12-59 months who will have worn belt canes for one month). For this event, we will need access to space at your facility that offers unobstructed walking (e.g., gym, hallway).
In addition to agency compensation, each individual tester (child wearing a smart belt) will be compensated $50
Request Free Standard Pediatric Belt Cane
Project Participants Needed
We are committed providing free belt canes to children! Two projects to choose from to obtain a free pediatric belt cane and access to our curriculum
Project 2. Safe Toddles Research Project
Safe Toddles seeks families and professionals to join our video library by contributing before and with belt cane videos. These videos assist in improving belt cane design, demonstrating outcomes to potential users and demonstrates the abilities of toddlers and preschoolers who are blind once they acquire consistently safe mobility.
Everyone who is obtaining a pediatric belt cane is encouraged to consider participating by submitting videos to us - we need you!