We believe that movement and participation with all additional health benefits should be possible for all, regardless of functional level.
We are dedicated to changing lives together.
Standing, moving and walking – tailored to the individual user.
What happens in the early years of a child’s life is essential for long term effects on health, language and communication, cognitive and social development.
The transition from youth to adulthood can be challenging, especially if you happen to have cerebral palsy (CP). Where am I going to live? What kind of assistance is available? There’s a lot to think about, but many go on and thrive as independent adults. Joakim Løberg is intimately familiar with the aforementioned journey, and has been kind enough to share his experiences with us.
Samuel Koch, a 31-year-old former stuntman, was left paralyzed from the neck down in a failed attempt at jumping moving cars – live on the German TV show “Wetten dass…?”. Since the 2010 accident, Samuel has relied on assistance with practically everything. Still, he remains a highly active person – and even manages to get intense, daily exercise.