James Leckey Design Mygo Stander is a 3-in-1 prone, supine and upright stander that supports children with severe disabilities aged 4 to 14 years while standing.
If you or someone you provide care for uses a James Leckey Design Mygo Stander manufactured between January 2012 and August 2013 (see above for affected product codes and serial numbers), be aware of this recall for product correction.
Prone standers support the front of the body and lean users forward at varying angles to keep them upright.
Some prone models are freestanding; others, called "lean-to standers," are designed to lean against a table or counter.
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Trials of multiple standers
may be necessary to find the one that best fits the child's body and lifestyle.
According to physical therapists, the value of a motorized stander
for the special needs student is immeasurable.
Many different types of standers
exist, and trying to find the best stander
to meet your child's specific needs can be confusing.
We have defined this line of products as all upright standers
that have the option of being propelled using both hands and/or arms.
and standing frames are positioning devices that allow users to stand upright.
Many professionals suggest that parents discuss goals their own and their child's--before concerning themselves with specific pieces of equipment Focusing on specific activities a child wants to enjoy but cannot now do independently can lead to team discussions of the steps necessary to reach specific goals, the length of time required and the specific types of therapy and equipment, such as standers
, that may be helpful
provide support to the posterior surface of the body with lateral supports to maintain symmetry and anterior straps or pads to position the feet, knees and trunk.