Our body positioners are part of the important 24-hour postural management routine necessary to help maintain joint alignment, range of movement, stability, and reduce abnormal tone which provides longer term comfort through the therapeutic benefits and correct positioning. This is especially important when spending time out of a device to ensure any postural gains are not lost.
Being supported in different positions also enables the person to engage with others, participate in activities in a new way and rest more comfortably.
Positioning options include wheelchair back supports, static positioners, cushions and therapy equipment. Take a look at our product brochure here.
Our range of back supports offer excellent positioning options for users with basic or intermediate level posture needs.
Our pressure care seat cushions are designed to be customisable to improve stability and comfort for the user.
Our JackStander tilts from a horizontal to vertical position providing both prone and supine positioning options, offering the multiple benefits of standing.
Our adjustable side positioner provides postural support, improves comfort and function when out of the wheelchair lying on the bed or floor.
Our vehicle positioner provides secure and comfortable postural support to the older wheelchair user who struggles to sit upright independently while being transported in a vehicle. It can be fitted into a range of different vehicles, including school buses. It is not a safety seat and must be used in conjunction with a vehicle’s safety belt system.
We sell rollers, balls, wedges and other equipment to improve a child’s control and aid in positioning the child for optimum participation in daily activities, games and learning.
BOBATH TYPE PLINTH
A high quality Bobath type height adjustable plinth with padded vinyl covered top. Used by carers and therapists to facilitate transfers exercise and handle people with motor impairments.
A bath seat is a positioning device offering postural support, comfort and safety for the child during bathing, making bath time more fun and easing the burden on the carer.