Early Intervention Therapy Kit

This lightweight bag contains an entire activity center of rolls, wedges, & supports that stick together in dozens of ways - letting your child practice different developmental postures to form building blocks for later abilities. Playpak is more than just practical. It doesn’t look like therapy equipment & won’t attract sideways glances! It also comes with a therapy guide with advice, easy instructions on how to use each clever little piece for sitting/lying positions, & how to perform developmental games.

  • Designed by Leckey

    Designed by Leckey

  • 42 Day Returns

    42 Day Returns

  • 12 Months Warranty

    12 Months Warranty

  • Feefo 5 / 5

You will receive the following items with your Playpak...

Size Guide Length [mm / "] Width [mm / "] Depth [mm / "]
Folded Bag 440 / 17 490 / 19 150 / 6
Floor Mat 1340 / 53 750 / 30 -
Long Roll 520 / 20 90 / 3.5 70 / 3
Short Roll 280 / 11 90 / 3.5 70 / 3
Positioning Strap 660 / 26 80 / 3 -
Large Horseshoe 440 / 17 490 / 19 150 / 6
Small Horseshoe 70 / 3 90 / 3.5 200 / 8
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Playpak suits babies & young children considered to be levels I-V on the Gross Motor Classification Scale (GMFCS), depending on level of physical development. 

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Playpak FAQs

  1. What is the difference between Playpak and Leckey’s Early Activity System, (EAS)?

    Playpak has taken the concept of Leckey’s EAS and simplified it for regular use within a family environment. Portability, affordability, and development through family participation were key objectives when designing Playpak.

    The EAS continues to be more clinically focused and larger product, containing components which facilitate more complex therapeutic positions, such as side-lying and four-point kneeling. The Activity Development Program is a comprehensive printed booklet that comes with the purchase of an EAS. It is designed to allow therapists to work through activities with parents, as part of an early development program.

  2. How do I know if Playpak is suitable for my child?

    Playpak has been designed for babies and kids with additional needs ranging from birth to approximately 48 months and Gross Motor Function Classification Scale (GMFCS) levels I-V, depending on their level of physical development.

    In its most basic function, Playpak facilitates back lying, which is the most fundamental and secure position from which to work on physical, cognitive, sensory, and communication skills that provide the building blocks to more complex skills for your child. As a result, Playpak should be suitable for them to use, however if you are in any doubt, consult your therapist for advice.

    For more information on the different positions and activities that can be achieved with Playpak, go to

  3. How long should I use Playpak for each session?

    You may find your child likes some positions/ activities more than others, and these will most likely be the ones they are happy and able to do for longer. This may depend on whether your child’s muscles are tight (high tone) or floppy (low tone), their level of development, or tolerance of certain positions.

    Some positions may need to be avoided for medical reasons, and others will need to be encouraged, even if your child is not keen at the start. Some positions may not be medically advisable for your child.

    It is important that, if in any doubt, you take advice from your therapist(s) about the best position which to place your child and for how long. If your child is in any discomfort, take them out of that position and either have a rest or try something a little easier. Bear in mind that the time of day and your child’s mood will also have an effect on how long it will be appropriate to use Playpak for each session.

  4. Is there any reason why I should not use Playpak with my child?

    There are so many possibilities for simple, safe play and development activities with Playpak that we do not anticipate any problems. However, as some positions may not be medically recommended for your child to use, it is very important that you seek advice from your therapist(s) if you are in any doubt about the best position(s) to place your child in.