Positioning someone with disabilities in a standing position is the first step to facilitating bone and muscle development and maintaining range of motion in addition to encouraging better functioning of the body’s internal systems.
Zing MPS Stander
The EasyStand Zing Multi-Position Stander (MPS) is the only pediatric stander that allows a child to seamlessly go from a full supine to prone position without having to change, turn or flip pads and foot plates or transfer a child in and out of the stander. In one fluid motion, the child can be positioned between supine, upright and prone positions.
The EasyStand Bantam is the only standing frame to combine a sit-to-stand transition with the added function of an supine stander. By alternating positions, a child can tolerate standing for a longer period of time. Also, when it is safer and easier for a caregiver to transfer and stand a child, the child will stand more often, increasing standing compliance. The Bantam fits kids from early intervention through elementary school.
The Caribou is our standing frame. The frame supports the prone or supine standing position. With its ability to switch from a horizontal to a vertical position, the Caribou is designed to accommodate a wide range of users. A good standing position can be achieved for people with spasticity, contractions and circulatory deficiencies. The Caribou is built with a base board and a series of optional upper body supports is available to provide the optimum freedom of movement. A wide range of accessories is also available to meet the specific needs of the user. The Caribou is available in four sizes for users up to 220 lbs. and 75" tall.