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About Prone Standers
A prone stander can vary in its starting position from flat to inclined. In this style of stander, the user is positioned on their belly facing the support surface. Similarly to the supine stander, the caregiver can change the angle of the stander to move the user to a variety of degrees of upright for standing. Some standers are combination standers and offer the prone function as one of multiple ways to use the equipment.
In most cases, a prone stander benefits a user who needs to be cued to lift their head and participate in an activity on a tray. There are some prone standers that can be outfitted as mobile or dynamic standers allowing users to move around a room with hard surface floors.
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• A caregiver is required for transfers .
• Positioning any necessary supports .
• Moving the stander in to a standing position.
• A child needs to be able to control their own head
position while standing.
• Can benefit from stander accessories to support their
trunk, hips and legs.