06.10.2022 | 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...

06.10.2022 | Assistive devices

How to access a Made for Movement device where you live – a short guide

You have decided you want one of Made for Movement’s assistive devices to improve the quality of life. The decision has been made –...

06.10.2022 | Rett Syndrom, Innowalk, Assistive devices

Meet Live, a 4-year-old girl with Rett syndrome who loves action

Live is a tender and cheerful 4-year-old girl. She’s diagnosed with Rett syndrome, but has a more atypical disease course, which means...

06.10.2022 | Innowalk, Assistive devices, Angelman's syndrome

Katarina lives an active life despite severe disability

Ever since Katarina was little we have aspired to do everything as a family. If the activity was difficult for Katarina, we tried to...

06.10.2022 | Cerebral Palsy, Innowalk, Assistive devices, Everyday tips

A very ordinary life… in a rather unusual Covid-19 time

I, Elin, am the mother of three amazing adolescent and grown-up girls. Our youngest child in the family, Sofie, is 15 years old and...

06.10.2022 | Multiple sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, Innowalk, Assistive devices, Therapy

Physically active: Why and how as a weelchair user?

As a wheelchair user, you have many positive health benefits of staying physically active. It affects physiological functions in your...

06.10.2022 | Early intervention, Cerebral Palsy, Innowalk, Assistive devices, Therapy

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...

06.10.2022 | Early intervention, Cerebral Palsy, Innowalk, Assistive devices

Things we can do to benefit hip joint development

The hip joint is vulnerable in people with physical disabilities, but varied movement and activation of the muscles around the hip...

06.10.2022 | Early intervention, Cerebral Palsy, Assistive devices

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...