14.12.2017 | Diagnosis-related

What is GMFCS, and why is it used?

Even though Gross Motor Functions Classification System (GMFCS) is a widespread classification tool, most people is unfamiliar with...

05.12.2017 | Therapy, Diagnosis-related

What do we know about strength exercise for people with CP?

Strength training (or resistance training) is a very common part of sports and physical fitness programs. For many people, the goal of...

30.11.2017 | Therapy

What happens when the family becomes the expert?

We usually write about treatments or services that focus on a child or an individual, but in this article we’ll look at family-centred...

22.11.2017 | Everyday tips

Having a child with disabilities: Living, challenges and how to find time for yourself

"There are a lot of feelings involved with getting a handicapped child. In many ways, you have to adapt to a totally new reality",...

13.11.2017 | Assistive devices

How to transfer the user in and out of the Innowalk

Are you assisting a person using the Innowalk, but not quite sure how to get the user in and out of the assistive device? Here are...

20.10.2017 | Therapy

Music therapy for kids with disabilities

Music plays a big part in most people’s lives. It can be relaxing, spark certain feelings and increase quality of life. For people...

13.10.2017 | Everyday tips, Diagnosis-related

Technologies and products empowering people with disabilities

Lately, there’s been a huge influx of innovative solutions enabling people with disabilities to live more independent lives. In this...

14.09.2017 | Everyday tips

4 fun and accessible water parks for kids with disabilities

Do you miss the fun from this summer? Why don’t you bring the kids for a short break in the water slides? Here are our four water park...

06.09.2017 | Assistive devices

What can a Made for Movement assistive technology consultant do for you?

Getting the most out of an assistive device is not just about choosing the right one, but also knowing how to use it right. With the...