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Designed for the older child of size from 5 to 10 years, with a maximum weight limit of 100lbs (45kg).
The larger seat can also be useful for a younger child requiring postural support where a seat insert (for example a Burnett or Stabilo Vacuum Support Cushion System or even just Microbead Cushions) would reduce the capacity.
The pushchair itself, and the seat size for the occupant, is broadly the same as the Independence model, the main differences are that the Liberty has:
dual swivel front wheels
more manoeuvrable around town compared to the fixed wheel Independence
better fit for a broader occupant
optimum pushing height for you
For guidance we would recommend the Liberty for those people:
If you want a pushchair:
...then the Independence may be preferable.
If in doubt then call us to discuss !
We also sell a larger model with a weight limit of 200lbs, the Freedom.
The Key Features
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the Liberty pushchair is not 'Crash Tested' it cannot be used for transporting a child in a vehicle
If the occupant has a longer upper leg length than the pushchair's natural 15" deep seat can support then the Roll Cushion accessory may help in some instances.
If the occupant is unable to maintain their seated position then the Pelvic Strap may be helpful.
The Trabasack Lap Desk is also a valuable accessory which works well with the Liberty pushchair.
1. this product is intended for outdoor use, due to it's size it may not be practical for use indoors or shops.
2. the product comes 'flat packed' and requires some putting together before first use - but it's not difficult and does not take very long.
The Liberty is now only available in Navy Blue, the Red has been discontinued by the manufacturer.
For specifications please visit Advance Mobility Independence Specifications
or download the detailed User Manual this is in the Adobe pdf format, if you do not have Acrobat Reader installed you can install it free
Whilst the Advance Mobility Liberty may be used for someone with special needs the hammock style seat makes it unsuitable if they require postural management support, if in doubt please seek the advice of your Physiotherapist.
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Every child is an individual with individual needs it is not therefore possible to state that these special needs pushchairs will be suitable for every child. We have supplied these pushchairs for children with the following conditions:
ADHD, Angelman Syndrome, ASD, Atrx Syndrome, Autism, Barth Syndrome, Brain Tumour, Cerebral Palsy, Chromosome Disorder, Cornelia De-Lange Syndrome, CP, Developmental Dysplaysia, Diastrophic Dysplaysia, Downs Syndrome, Encephalitis, Epilepsy, Fragile X Syndrome, Global Development Delay, Heart Condition, Hemiplegia, Hypermobility, Hypotonic, Lissencephally, Low Muscle Tone, Microcephaly, Muscular Dystrophy, Ohtahara Syndrome, Pneumocoocal Meningitis, Pulmonary Stenosis, Rett Syndrome, Scoliosis, Sotos Syndrome, Spastic Diplegia, Spina Bifida, Tetrasomy, Tuberous Sclerosis.