ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGIES FOR HOME USE
Everyone should be able to move throughout the day.
Physical activity is essential for growth, motor development, well being, and socialisation. Whether you need a gait trainer or dynamic stander to reduce sedentary behaviour, we support and guide you in the process of finding a solution to fit into your daily routine.
ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGIES FOR SCHOOL USE
Movement enhances children's ability to learn.
Physical activity has a positive effect on the brain and can help consolidate learning. For school pupils with additional physical needs, it is vital to empower them to move. Our assistive device Innowalk PRO enables physical activity in a school setting.
ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGIES FOR CLINICAL USE
Intensive therapy sessions accelerate recovery and encourage neuroplasticity.
People with moderate to severe physical injury or disability need support and assistance in order to achieve repetitive limb movement in a weight-bearing position. Our robotic rehabilitation trainer has been proven to be an effective intervention in a clinical setting.
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.
Children with physical disabilities who are unable to stand and move independently spend a lot of time in a sedentary position, and therefore rely on postural support equipment and mobility aids to help them to move into ...
For children, young people and adults with complex needs, a wide range of postural equipment is needed for positioning. In some cases, support of the neck and head is also required, to enable and sustain an upright position of ...
Vilgot is 5 years old and has dyskinetic cerebral palsy. He loves being active and moving around and is happiest when he’s able to use his NF-Walker. This article is all about: Vilgot and his family Vilgot’s story Dyskinetic ...