11.11.2019 | Therapy, Assistive devices, Early intervention, Diagnosis-related

A physiotherapist's experience with the new gait trainer, the Hibbot

The child has had a fantastic progress with the Hibbot thanks to a dedicated, engaged and creative staff in the kindergarten.

16.10.2019 | Therapy

Ria Cuppers: “Restricting Therapy to the Clinic Only Is Not Enough”

We sat down with Belgian physiotherapist Ria Cuppers to discuss some of her thoughts on standing and walking therapy for children with...

23.09.2019 | Therapy, Diagnosis-related

Robotic gait rehabilitation delivers quicker results for kids with CP

A new prospective, controlled study found that robotic gait rehabilitation training (Innowalk Pro) provides faster and higher effects...

13.09.2019 | Assistive devices, Early intervention

Lauranne and Maddox Are Taking Steps with the Hibbot

Did you know that a device can bridge the gap between therapy time and daily training? Meet two kids who have made significant...

05.09.2019 | Assistive devices, Early intervention

How Did the Hibbot Come About?

We’ve talked to one of the inventors behind our latest product addition.

28.08.2019 | Therapy, Assistive devices

Which walking device works best?

Being a pediatric physiotherapist with 35 years of clinical experience, I always look for solutions to improve children’s standing and...

22.08.2019 | Assistive devices

Which product suits my child?

An assistive device has the purpose of supporting your child’s development, increasing independence and letting the child explore the...

15.08.2019 | Everyday tips, Diagnosis-related

Meet Becky - Always follow your dreams and never give up!

Becky has no voice, but that doesn’t limit her expressing herself - and she is worth listening to! This talented 16-year-old girl is...

07.08.2019 | Assistive devices, Everyday tips, Diagnosis-related

Adapted controller for gaming - Let’s play!

A new adaptive controller for the Xbox was presented at this year’s EACD conference in Paris. What a blast! People all over the world...