Prone Stander

Experience the world more fully while building strength for the future


Use the slides below to learn more about the features of the Prone Stander such as how to adjust the standing angle and height to achieve a better level of postural control for your client.

Height adjustment

  • Adjust the height of the main board and footboard separately to achieve the best possible upright postural control for your client.

Angle indicator

  • The 0° to 85° angle adjustment makes it easy to monitor and adjust the rate and amount of weight-bearing the user can manage comfortably. It can also be helpful if you are using the Prone Stander with multiple clients and need to protocol the stander angle necessary for each client.


  • The Prone Stander kneeboard can be removed for small children.


  • When the Prone Stander is vertical the footboard is almost at floor level making transfers easy.

S-curve frame

  • The upright stander's curved frame takes up less floor space and allows the caregiver to attend to a client without difficulty. The large (E950) Prone Stander frame is Hoyer® lift accessible.


  • Double-locking casters prevent roll and swivel during transfers.


  • Carmakers believe in the long-term benefits of baked-on powder coating. So do we.

    Designed to stand up to wind and weather, our colors also conform to American and European toy safety standards.

    Our Prone Stander is available in 2 colors: red and blue. This slide shows a red Prone Stander; swipe or click the arrows to view the Stander in blue.

  • The Prone Stander in blue

Manual crank

  • The user-friendly crank handle adjusts the Prone Stander board from horizontal to vertical.