29.03.2021 | Everyday tips, Therapy, Assistive devices

Why and how should people with CP stay physically active?

Attitudes towards physical activity and establishing good habits are formed at an early age and can set the stage for a child’s health...

05.03.2021 | Early intervention, Therapy, Assistive devices, Diagnosis-related

Timeea’s story: Her journey towards walking

Timeea is a playful and happy girl, who loves to spend time together with other children. She is in kindergarten every day and her...

26.02.2021 | Early intervention, 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...

05.02.2021 | Adults with disabilities, Therapy, Assistive devices, Diagnosis-related

New published study: Innowalk Pro intervention after acquired brain injury

A study conducted at Sunnaas Rehabilitation Hospital in Norway, published in a peer reviewed journal, concluded that...

12.01.2021 | Assistive devices, Diagnosis-related

Meet Oli - an outgoing and sociable 11-year-old boy with SMA

Oli is a chatty, outgoing, and sociable 11-year-old boy, who loves football and gaming, especially Fortnite. Oli is like any other...

14.12.2020 | Early intervention, Assistive devices, Diagnosis-related

All for Ella - and an independent life despite of her CP

Ella is a cheerful, expressive and social 3 ½-year-old girl. She loves exploring the world in her NF-Walker. Despite a CP diagnosis,...

06.11.2020 | Therapy, Assistive devices, Diagnosis-related

Meet Sophia - a charming 5-year-old

Sophia is a charming little 5-year-old girl with a big personality. “She’s exceptionally smart and difficult to argue with; she’s...

09.10.2020 | 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...

25.09.2020 | Therapy, Assistive devices, Diagnosis-related

[Video] Aisha’s story: Living with SMA

Being diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) does not necessarily mean that you cannot achieve great success and to lead a happy...