Sizing Helmets for Special Needs Children

Sizing Helmets for Special Needs Children
April 16, 2014 Travis Burnett
In Children, Special Needs
Helmets for Special Needs

It is fairly easy to size helmets for special needs children. When you are ready to order a helmet, all you need to do is measure the circumference of your child’s head.  This can be done with either a cloth tape measure or a piece of string.  You wrap the item gently around your child’s head, about an inch above the eyebrows and above each ear.  You then note the measurement on the tape measure, or mark the place on the string, and then measure it with a conventional ruler.

Why Order Helmets for Special Needs Children

Children who have problems with balance or seizures can get added protection by using helmets for special needs children.  Our helmets are designed to give the child a full 180-degrees of vision and are made of rubber so that they still breathe, letting air circulate under the helmet.  This helps your child stay cool and prevents the buildup of sweat around the hairline.

Need more help or information about our helmets? Call us so that we can explain the benefits of wearing a  helmet for you or your child today!

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