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ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGIES FOR HOME USE

Everyone should be able to move throughout the day.

Physical activity is essential for growth, development, wellbeing, and socialisation. Wether you need a gait trainer or dynamic stander to reduce sedentary behavoir, we support and guide you in your process of finding a solution for daily routine. 

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ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGIES FOR SCHOOL USE

Movement enhances childrens ability to learn.

Physical activity affects the brain and makes learning stick better. For pupils with additional needs it’s vital to compensate for disabilities and empower them to move. Our assistive device, enabling physical activity, is doing just that in a school setting.

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ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGIES FOR CLINICAL USE

Intensive therapy sessions accelerate recovery.

People with moderate to severe disabilities need comprehensive support and correction of position in order to activate their body upright with weight-bearing. Our robotic rehabilitation trainer has been proven to be an effective and affordable intervention in a clinical setting.

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OUR SOLUTIONS

Stand, move and walk – assistive devices tailored to the individual user.
Our solutions are intended for people with inherent and acquired movement disorders reducing
their ability to stand and walk independently.

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Meet Live, a 4-year-old girl with Rett syndrome who loves action

Live is a tender and cheerful 4-year-old girl. She’s diagnosed with Rett syndrome, but has a more atypical disease course, which means she cannot sit, stand or walk. Live makes good eye contact and has learned to use her eyes and ...

What Is Rett Syndrome?

Rett syndrome is a rare genetic neurological disorder that occurs almost exclusively in girls. It affects the brain development and causes a progressive loss of motor skills and cognitive function. In this article we will cover ...

What is the MOVE programme?

Movement is the foundation for learning, and this is the MOVE programme’s philosophy. Through an activity-based approach the programme combines education, therapy and family knowledge to teach the child new skills. In this ...