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Complete the order form to purchase a wearable cane. Purchased canes will be sent within two weeks of after measurements are approved by engineering. A measurement form is needed for each cane set being ordered.
Sizes: Canes measurements needed (For best results request a Safe Toddles' measuring kit.)
A. floor to shoulder shortest size 26" to longest size 36".
B. Belt width (hip to hip) smallest 6" to largest 9" (The hip to hip measurement can only be obtained using a ruler (not a measuring tape).
C. waist circumference smallest 17" to largest 25".
Cost: Each cane costs $400 which includes a belt with two frames (see photos below). The frames are called daily frame and tight spaces frame. The daily frame is the standard cane length. The tight spaces cane is 90% of the length of the daily cane frame.
Canes are sent FREE MATTER for the BLIND unless otherwise indicated.
A. use PayPal (donate button) to remit payment, or
B. select 'request invoice' on the order form below and an invoice will be emailed to the address provided on the form.
A cane set includes a belt and two frames (daily/tight spaces) The daily cane is the standard cane length and the tight spaces cane is 90% of the standard cane length.
The daily frame is the standard cane length for the height of the child. The longest cane length available is 36" from floor to shoulder (note the cane is pictured on a stand).
The tight spaces frame is 90% of the length of the daily cane. It is for use in areas where the longer frame is restricted by heavy objects and appears to cause distress. The design of the cane tips are to reduce the incidence of catching on furniture (note the cane is pictured on a stand).