Parents try to do all they can to help their children be happy and healthy. Yet, when you have a special needs child, there’s extra work involved in trying to meet these two goals. A Pumper Car® might be able to help with both. Just listen and read what a few parents have told us how their child has benefited from riding a Pumper Car.
Two Mothers’ Stories
The Pumper Car, originally called the Power Pumper, helps children develop gross and fine motor skills. Listen to how these two mothers have found the device helps build their child’s skills and muscles, while at the same time motivating to them with a fun workout.
Pumper Cars Help in a Variety of Ways
Grandparents, as well as parents, are thrilled with how the Pumper Car has helped their loved one. Seven-year-old Alec has multiple issues including Tourettes, ADHD, OCD and anger issues. His grandmother wrote us to tell us how much she enjoys watching her grandson ride his Pumper Car that he has nicknamed Horris.
“He has trouble on a bike because he has to pedal to keep his balance. I love the Pumper Car because Alec goes [on it] for 5 to 7 hours straight, up and down hills...When he’s going off with his anger we get him on the Pumper Car to calm him down. Thanks for putting such a great product on the market.” — Victoria Bostanic
Erin Piiboor, Former Mrs. Oregon’s Pumper Car story