New! Stander

The ability to stand changes how people experience the world

Components

Use the slides below to learn more about the components of the New Stander.

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Configurations

  • Prone configuration

    With prone configuration, the user leans forward on the body support.

    (Includes trunk laterals and pelvic harness.)

  • The Stander in prone configuration, shown in use.

  • Supine configuration

    With supine configuration, the user leans back on the body support.

    (Includes upper trunk support with headrest, trunk laterals and knee straps.)

  • The Stander in supine configuration, shown in use.

  • Multi-position configuration

    With multi-position configuration, the stander can be switched between supine, in which the user leans back on the body support and prone, in which the user leans forward on the body support.

    (Includes upper trunk support with headrest, trunk laterals, knee straps and pelvic harness.)

  • If the multi-position configuration is ordered, the conversion from prone to supine or vice versa is quick, easy and tool free.

Legs

  • Advanced legs

    The advanced legs allow independent adjustment in upper and lower leg length, and can accommodate leg length discrepancies. They also allow knee angle adjustment, assisting hip and knee flexion to accommodate contractures.

    Not available for the size 1 stander.

  • Standard legs

    The standard legs allow independent adjustment in upper and lower leg length, and can accommodate leg length discrepancies.

  • The advanced legs shown in use on the size 2 Stander.

    Not available for the size 1 stander.

  • The standard legs shown in use on the size 1 Stander.

Trunk straps

  • The padded trunk strap is placed under the arms and provides positioning for the upper body.

  • The trunk rotation control strap has a wide padded section that wraps around the user. The webbing piece attached to the outside can be tightened at either end to provide rotational control at the trunk for users who benefit from this.

  • The standard trunk strap shown in use on the Stander.

Head laterals (Supine)

  • A pair of supine head laterals can be mounted at the headrest and can adjust independently in height and width to accommodate different user sizes and varying needs for head support.

  • The head blocks shown in use on the Stander.

Butterfly harness (Supine)

  • The supine butterfly harness, a five-point harness, can be used instead of the trunk strap for supine standing. It is ideal for users who need more upper body positioning and stabilization.

  • The butterfly harness shown in use on the Stander.

Hip strap (Supine)

  • The supine standard hip strap provides support at the user’s hips.

  • The supine hip rotation control strap has a wide padded section that wraps around the user. The webbing piece attached to the outside can be tightened at either end to provide rotational control at the hips for users who benefit from this.

  • The standard hip strap shown in use on the Stander.

Pelvic harness (Prone)

  • In prone standing the pelvic harness provides critical support behind the user’s hips to maintain the standing position. This is a shaped, padded harness, with a 5-point attachment system for safety.

Knee cuffs (Prone)

  • Prone knee cuffs wrap around the user’s knee and provide medial/lateral stabilization of the knee on the padded leg support. They also prevent knee hyperextension for users who benefit from that. In addition, some rotational control may be added by tightening the strap on one side of the cuff more than the other.

    Prone knee cuffs are available for prone standing only.

  • The prone knee cuffs shown in use on the Stander.

Knee straps (Supine)

  • Supine knee straps stabilize the knee on the padded leg support.

    Available for supine standing only.

  • The supine knee straps shown in use on the size 1 Stander.

Tray

  • The tray has a single mounting point at the side of the stander.

    Its position can be adjusted easily by loosening all three knobs that face downward and moving the tray to the desired position before tightening the knobs again. The tray’s angle can be adjusted with the knob under its center. To adjust the tray’s height, use the knob that faces forward.

    The tray can swing out of the way for transfers.

    The tray may be used in either prone or supine position.

  • The tray shown in use on the Stander.

Trunk laterals

  • The trunk laterals can be used at the lateral trunk or lower down at the lateral pelvis area. The white trigger where the lateral support inserts into the side of the body support allows width adjustment, while the white button on the lateral support itself allows it to flip away for transfers. The knob on the lateral support allows individual height adjustment of each pad.

  • The trunk laterals shown in use on the Stander.

Medial/lateral thigh supports

  • The medial/lateral thigh supports provide abduction or adduction. Because the pads are positioned off-center on their mounting, they can be placed higher or lower, by switching them from side to side. One or two pairs of these pads may be used.

  • The medial/lateral thigh supports shown in use on the Stander.

Sandal lift kit

  • New! The sandal lift kit can be used under the sandal to reduce the leg length by 1" for the smallest users of the Size 1 Stander.

    Available for the S410 Size 1 only.

  • New! The sandal lift kit installed on the Size 1 Stander.

    Available for the S410 Size 1 only.

Headrest adapter plate kit

  • The headrest adapter plate kit

    For customers wishing to mount a different headrest on the Size 2 Rifton Stander, the Adapter Plate fits the Whitmyer M2100-WB headrest mounting bracket or Whitmyer Onyx Headrest Support System, the Stealth SBM300, as well as other similar mounting systems.

    Available for the S420 Size 2 only.

  • The headrest adapter plate kit shown installed on the Stander.

    Available for the S420 Size 2 only.

Conversion kits

  • Prone to multi-position

    The prone to multi-position conversion kit includes an upper trunk support with a headrest, knee straps and a hip strap.

    With multi-position configuration, the stander can be switched between supine (the user leans back on the body support) and prone (the user leans forward on the body support).

  • Supine to multi-position

    The supine to multi-position conversion kit includes a pelvic harness.

    With multi-position configuration, the stander can be switched between supine (the user leans back on the body support) and prone (the user leans forward on the body support).