There are many types of standers based on individual needs:
- Supine standers lean backward, support the posterior (back) of the body allowing for functional alignment while the client’s arms are free for activities.
- Prone standers lean forward, support the anterior (front) and provide support and stability while encouraging weight-bearing and use of both hands and arms.
- Sit to stand standers make the transfer between positions easier, are beneficial for standing frequently and highly adjustable for growth and changes.
- Vertical standers are for users who have fairly good balance and trunk control, but still need upright support and alignment.
- Dynamic standers provide the greatest mobility possible, promote motor skills and increase independence.
Whether you are looking for adaptive equipment for therapy, a standing frame for a paraplegic or a pediatric stander for a child, we are sure to have a product to fit your home, clinic, school or multi-user environment. Our certified rehab professionals (ATP/NRRTS) and vendors will work with you and your care team to make sure you receive the most appropriate and highest quality stander in relation to your individual needs.