Enabling Protection for Older Children

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is the size of older children?

Older children usually refers to children from the age of 6 years. When considering dummy size, the EPOCh project uses the term “Older children” to mean children who are between 9 and 11 ½ years old. The older child represents the oldest child who would be using a group III child car seat, those children up to 1.35 or 1.50 metres tall.

Date Posted: 08 Dec 2009

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