Learn more about the Prone Stander using the resources below.
Prolonged immobility in a sitting or lying position can result in contractures, skeletal deformity, skin ulcers, and digestion, respiration, or circulatory system deficits for special needs children...
Encouraging standing development means thinking creatively. In the home, we can teach standing skills during routine sit-to-stand transfers or toileting breaks. Here’s how to get started.
Lori Potts, PT demonstrates the features of the Prone Stander and discusses strategies to promote effective standing.
Watch Lori demonstrate the Mobile Stander and Supine Stander.
This 30-minute webinar gives an overview of current research on the topic of standing and adaptive standers as well as specific tips for therapeutic and functional use of Rifton standers.
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