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...

31.07.2019 | Therapy, Assistive devices

Results from a cross-over pilot study favor motion therapy in the Innowalk Pro

The improvements achieved in therapy with the Innowalk Pro were greater than for treadmill intervention. Both the 10-meter walk test,...

18.06.2019 | Therapy, Assistive devices

Research shows that 94% of the patients improved their clinical outcome with assisted walking-movement

A new, international meta-analysis on patients with genetic and acquired neuromuscular disorders breaks good news for assisted...

13.06.2019 | Therapy, Assistive devices, Early intervention, Diagnosis-related

EACD 2019 - Innovation for participation

This year's EACD (European Academy of Childhood Disability) conference was held in beautiful Paris, and 1300 participants from all...

29.05.2019 | Assistive devices, Early intervention, Diagnosis-related

Clinical recommendations for supported standing programs for children with CP

Some children with CP are unable or have a limited ability to stand and walk. Standing devices in different versions are something...

09.05.2019 | Assistive devices

Can early mobilization help patients with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)?

A feasibility study conducted by Sunnaas Rehabilitation Hospital in Norway shows that patients with TBI might benefit from using new...

02.05.2019 | Therapy, Diagnosis-related

Intensive training for children with CP – why and how?

A big question that often arises when we discuss physical therapy for children with Cerebral Palsy (CP) is dosing. How much therapy is...