The EasyStand Bantam is the only standing frame to combine a sit-to-stand transition with the added function of an supine stander. By alternating positions, a child can tolerate standing for a longer period of time. Also, when it is safer and easier for a caregiver to transfer and stand a child, the child will stand more often, increasing standing compliance. The Bantam fits kids from early intervention through elementary school.
Extra Small: Fits kids 28”-40” tall and up to 50 lbs.
Seat Depth Range (from seat pivot) 7″-12″
Small: Fits kids 36”-54” tall and up to 100 lbs.
Seat Depth Range (from seat pivot) 11″-16″
The EasyStand Bantam Medium combines features from both the Bantam and Evolv series to make it more appropriate for the larger, involved child. As children grow, transfers become more difficult, and as a result, compliance with a standing program often suffers. The Bantam Medium allows transfers to a seated or supine position, or any position in between.
The Bantam’s central positioning controller shifts between sit to stand and supine modes. The “Neutral” setting allows infinite positioning between seated and supine while a manual hydraulic actuator lifts the child to a standing position. No other stander offers so many positioning possibilities.
Fits individuals from 4’0″-5’6″ and up to 200 lbs.
Seat Depth Range (from seat pivot) 14″-19″
Modular design makes the EasyStand Evolv the most versatile standing frame available. The base unit is functional for many users, however when more support is needed a wide variety of positioning options can be added to accommodate the most involved users.
Fits individuals from 4’0-5’6″ and up to 200 lbs.
Seat Depth Range (from seat pivot) 14″-19″
Fits individuals from 5’0-6’2” and up to 280 lbs.
Seat Depth Range (from seat pivot) 18″-23″
Fits individuals from 6’0-6’10” and up to 350 lbs.
Seat Depth Range (from seat pivot) 19″-24″
The EasyStand Evolv is the most modular stander available. With over 60 options and configurations, each unit can be built specifically for an individual or facility. These options, that would normally be custom modifications, allow a stander to be configured for specific needs.
The EasyStand Glider features state-of-the-art active standing technology found in no other stander.
Designed for Active Standing
Active standing provides lower body range of motion and upper body strengthening. Unlike passive standers, users move the handles with their arms (or a caregiver can assist) which creates a reciprocal movement in the legs. The full range seat has hinged, break-away sections for each leg that allow full leg extension while standing. This advanced stander enhances the medical benefits of standing and keeps the body in shape for medical breakthroughs. Numerous research studies suggest that use of an active standing frame can positively affect an individual’s health.
Designed for Easier Transfers
A wide, padded seat and flip-up knee pads make transfers easier. A positioning bar provides a sturdy hand hold during the transfer. If needed, a patient lift can also be used to transfer a person into the Glider.
Designed for Adjustability
It’s easy to customize the Glider for individuals of various heights and abilities for use in a rehab setting. The adjustable resistance cylinders are accessible to the user while in the standing position and the resistance is easily adjustable with twelve different settings. The seat depth, back angle, foot plate height, knee pad height, and handle height are also easily adjustable.
The StrapStand is a strap-style stander for adults from 5′ to 6’5” (152-196 cm) and up to 350 lbs (159 kg).The StrapStand lifts you directly from your wheelchair, bed, or other seated surface into the standing position.
Benefits of the EasyStand StrapStand include:
- Full upright, over-center stretch possible while standing
- Familiarity in long-term care – similar to a patient lift
- Ease of use leads to increased compliance
- Swing-out legs accommodate wide wheelchairs
The difference between the EasyStand StrapStand and other strap-style standers is the lifting design. The lifting arms gently lift you up to standing, rather than pushing you into the knee pad and forcing the sit to stand transition. This greatly reduces pressure on the knees.
What are the main benefits that people experience from standing?
- Improved range of motion.
- Decreased joint & muscle contractures.
- Decreased pressure issues with changing position.
- Improved circulatory & respiratory functions.
- Decreased muscle spasms.
- Aid in normal skeletal development.
- Improved bowel & regularity functions.
- Improved kidney & bladder functions.
- Lessen or prevent progressive scoliosis.
- Help maintain bone Integrity.