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The Difference Between Assisted and Free Standing

The Difference Between Assisted and Free Standing
28/06/2016

All assisted units are designed so that they can be placed against a wall, table or pillar and give a space saving effect. There are no sharp edges or corners that can cause damage to a young child. Every angle has been specifically curved to avoid sharp edges. This is paramount in the health and safety of young children.

All of these units must be back to back with another back to back unit or fitted up against a wall or supported by a table.

Free standing units are designed to be moved into any classroom situation. Unlike the assisted units, these are completely free standing and do not need to be placed against anything else.

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