Supine Stander

The ability to stand changes how people experience the world

Accessories

Use the slides below to learn more about the accessories of the Supine Stander.

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Tray

  • The tray has a smooth, cleanable working surface with rounded corners. The angle of the tray can be changed by adjusting the armrests. 

    Inside dimensions: 26" x 15"

  • The Supine Stander tray being used for an activity.

Additional laterals

  • An extra pair of small laterals help align the trunk and are adjustable width-wise and up and down to aid supported standing. Small laterals fit the small (E420) Supine Stander.

  • Large laterals fit the large (E430) Supine Stander.

  • The small laterals positioned on the small (E420) Supine Stander frame.

Sandals and wedges

  • A pair of sandals positions the feet correctly on the footboard of the Supine Stander and can be adjusted to fit the client's needs using wedges to raise heels or toes. Configure them yourself with the unique "stack and latch" feature. For different leg lengths combine two wedges under one sandal.

    Sandals:
    small: 3" x 7" medium: 4" x 9" large: 5" x 10½"

    Wedges:
    small: 3" x 1¼" x 7" medium: 4" x 1⅜" x 9"
    large: 5" x 1½" x 10½"

  • Wedges can be stacked to change the height and angle of each sandal.

  • The sandals and wedges on the Supine Stander.

Adjustable abduction wedge

  • The Adjustable abduction wedge can be changed from 3½"–11" in width depending on how much abduction is desired.

  • The adjustable abduction wedge on the Supine Stander.

Round abductor

  • Round abductor helps maintain 4" of comfortable knee separation.

  • The collar adds 2" of separation to the round abductor. This helps maintain 6" of comfortable abduction.

Collar

  • The collar adds 2" of separation to the round abductor. This helps maintain 6" of comfortable abduction.

  • The round abductor with collar on the Supine Stander.

Hand Anchor

  • The hand Anchor helps position hands firmly anywhere on the tray.

    For more hand/support options, see Grab Bars & Anchors.

  • With a secure anchor point for one arm, the user can perform tasks more easily with the other arm and hand.