Supine Standers

Supine Standers

Supine Standers

A supine stander starts in a flat position with your child on their back. A variety of supports can be added in this starting position to provide the assistance that the child will need once they are upright. The angle of the stander is adjustable to allow you to gradually tilt the child into a standing position. This allows you to slowly introduce the feeling of standing and change how much weight your child puts on their feet. Some standers are combination standers and offer the supine function as one of multiple ways to use the equipment.

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•  A caregiver is required for transfers & positioning any neccessary supports or moving the stander into a standing position
•  A child can use the stander to support their head and trunk
•  Can benefit from stander accessories to support all body parts
•  Can gradually get used to standing, having weight on their legs and being upright if this is a challenging activity
•  Usually requires the addition of a tray to participate in play or activites while standing

 


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