26.10.2021 | Early intervention, Assistive devices

Why Is Early Childhood Intervention so Important?

Early intervention during the first two years of life is critical for learning tasks, because this is the time when the brain is most...

29.09.2021 | Everyday tips

Book recommendations for and about children with disabilities

It is important for children to feel represented in books they read. It is also important to uncover the beautiful diversity of the...

16.09.2021 | Early intervention, Assistive devices

What your child can gain from using the NF-Walker

The NF-Walker is a unique gait trainer that enables your child to move around independently in an upright position. Already at the age...

10.09.2021 | Therapy, Assistive devices

An important goal is to make patients stand upright

Dr. Michael Utech, owner of the Institute for Holistic Exercise Therapy in Hanover, explains in an interview the philosophy he follows...

17.08.2021 | Adults with disabilities, Diagnosis-related

How to manage pain in children and adults with cerebral palsy

Three out of four people with cerebral palsy (CP) experience pain. It is a complex, secondary condition compromising functional...

15.07.2021 | Everyday tips

Top 10 amusement parks for kids with disabilities

If you or your child have reduced mobility, but love the thrill of roller coasters and adventures, an accessible amusement park is...

06.07.2021 | Early intervention, Diagnosis-related

6 things you should know about spasticity!

Spasticity is abnormal muscle tightness and is associated with a damage in the brain, on the spinal cord or motor nerves. It appears...

29.06.2021 | Adults with disabilities, Assistive devices, Diagnosis-related

[Video] Meet Henrik, a multi-talented athlete and entertainer

Henrik is a comedian and an athlete with world records. A young man with dreams and ambitions. First and foremost. He doesn’t want his...

17.06.2021 | Everyday tips, Therapy, Assistive devices, Diagnosis-related

5 things you should know about scoliosis

Scoliosis is a sideway curvature of the spine and often occurs secondary to a neuromuscular disorder, such as Cerebral palsy, spina...