The ‘Growable’ SORG Children’s Standing Frame From Recare
The Boogie Drive standing frame supports the therapeutic concept of (early) mobility in an upright pose. With support according to the three-point-method for an upright pose, a careful and controlled strain to the bones and the whole musculature occurs. Even inactive muscles are activated, strained and stimulated.
Individually manufactured according to client measurements and needs
First growable mobile standing device for children and adolescents (+4cm in width, without additional parts)
Several individually adjustable truss pads
All support functions, including the footplate, can be positioned at specific steps or where required in 3 dimensions
With the 3D-foot plates, Talipes equinus can be compensated
The angle of the centre column can be adjusted with a gas pressure spring or telescope: from 0° to +15°
Expands the sensory perception of the upright pose and enhances mobility
Ideal shoulder-driving wheel position and camber for individual user needs
Frame width choices – 36cm, 40cm, and 44cm (each expandable by +4cm without additional parts)
The Boogie Drive mobile standing frame has been specifically designed to also help therapists – with easy manoeuvring and adjustments. The tilt can be adjusted to whichever angle is required within a 0° to 15° range and through the individual settings of the truss pads and footplates, therapists can adapt therapy accordingly.
Three frame sizes
To ensure more children can benefit from achieving a supported standing pose, the Boogie Drive is available in three sizes so catering for young users with heights from 80 to 150cm.
The Boogie Drive supports the therapeutic concept that mobility can be achieved earlier through time spent in an upright pose. With support according to a three-point-method, controlled tension to the musculoskeletal system is exerted. Even inactive muscles are activated, strained and stimulated. At the same time, the balance system is stimulated by the upright pose, a fundamental requirement for a person’s physical and cognitive development. First, with the perception of the 3-dimensional changes in a room, the children can experience: up/down, back/front, right/left. From this, they learn side regulation, balance control, reflex control, and as a result, can build controllable muscle tone.
Can reduce aside dominance (parallel alignment, no diametric orientation and activity possible)
Lower reflex interference (voluntary and/or involuntary movement patterns),
Reduce the impaired perception of sense and space
With appropriate therapy, conditions can be negated/improved:
Boogie Drive from Recare supports the strengthening and stabilising of metabolism, cardiovascular system, sense of balance, perception, reflex control, digestive system and breathing. The ergonomic positioning of the large wheels helps young users propel with less energy so independent mobility is easier, negotiating tight spaces is also straightforward. With the ‘growable’ frame sizes, upright therapy can continue into adulthood – ensuring a seamless pathway for future development.