|Title||Modified Ride-on Car Use by Children With Complex Medical Needs|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2016|
|Authors||Logan, SW, Feldner, HA, Galloway, JC, Huang, H-H|
|Journal||Pediatric Physical Therapy|
|Pagination||100 - 107|
Purpose: The purpose of this report was to determine the feasibility of short-term modified ride-on car (ROC) use for exploration and enjoyment by children with complex medical needs. Methods: A single-subject research design was used (n = 3; age, 6 months to 5 years). Children were video-recorded using their modified ROC. Results: All children successfully learned how to independently drive a modified ROC. Two of the 3 children demonstrated high levels of enjoyment during use of a modified ROC. Conclusions: Modified ROC use is a feasible and enjoyable powered mobility device for children with complex medical needs.