19.12.2018 | Diagnosis-related

What is Locked-in Syndrome (LiS)?

Locked-in Syndrome (LiS) is a rare neurological disorder often described as the closest thing to being “buried alive”. How is it to...

14.12.2018 | Assistive devices

Leon Regained the Joy of Movement with the Innowalk

Leon was unhappy and opposed to working out. It all changed when he discovered the Innowalk.

12.12.2018 | Everyday tips

3 Tasks New Parents with Disabilities Need to Take Care Of

What are your greatest fears about becoming a new parent? Every new parent feels anxiety and fear when taking on this new role....

09.11.2018 | Everyday tips

7 Great Winter Holiday Spots for Kids and Adults with Disabilities

Europe is full of fun places to visit regardless of physical ability. Check out these awesome destinations for lovers of snow and...

17.10.2018 | Assistive devices

Sports Scientist Fabian Mollard Saw His Patients Thrive with the Innowalk Pro

Making sure patients get the best out of therapy time can be quite a challenge. Luckily, sports scientist Fabian Mollard found a...

25.09.2018 | Assistive devices, Everyday tips

Maximize Your Therapy Time with the Innowalk Pro

Innowalk Pro is a robotic rehabilitation trainer that helps people with physical disabilities to stand and move. It does so by giving...

19.09.2018 | Assistive devices

Static vs. Dynamic Standing Training – What’s More Effective?

Katarina Lauruschkus is a Swedish physiotherapist with a PhD from Lund University. She currently works as a scientist at the same...

20.08.2018 | Adults with disabilities

How Can You Help Your Youth Transition to Adult Healthcare?

People depending on healthcare throughout their life will at some point face the challenges that come with moving from paediatric...

30.07.2018 | Assistive devices, Adults with disabilities

Improved Endurance and Mood with the Innowalk

Per Øivind is a 25-year-old Norwegian with cerebral palsy (CP), GMFCS II. Despite having limited mobility and a vision impairment,...