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Frequent Adjustment for Daily Use

Frequent Adjustments for Daily Use

Parents and carers should be shown how to make frequent adjustments and made aware of the safety checks in section 6 by a technically and clinically competent person who has been trained in the use of the product. Leckey recommend that a written record is maintained of all parent and carers who have been trained in the use of this product.
 
Transferring the user into and out of the Stander
Before transferring the child into the stander carry out the daily product inspection as outlined in section 12 of this user manual. We would recommend that users are never transferred straight from seating to standing without preparation and stretching. This is best done in a lying position whilst on a mat but can be carried out in a wheelchair or seating system if required. Before transferring the child into the product lock all the castors, ensuring that they are facing outwards to maximise product stability. Make sure the straps on the chest harness, pelvic band, knee straps and sandals are released and out of the way to facilitate transfer.
 
Setting the Stander Angle
Whether used in supine or prone the frame angle can be easily adjusted by pulling and twisting the safety lock (a) and turning the handle (b) until the desired angle has been achieved (the angle can be read from the cross bar (c). Turn the handle clockwise to bring it upright and anti-clockwise to bring it towards horizontal. The stander can adjust from vertical (0°) through to 10° off horizontal (80°). This can be done whilst the child in the product.
 
Ensure that the product and user are away from surrounding furnishings to prevent possible collisions when adjusting the angle.

The safety lock pin should be in the locked position when a child is in the stander.
 
 
Sandals
To position the user’s feet in the sandals, secure the Velcro straps provided so the foot is held in place. The straps should be placed over the bridge of the foot over the toes.
 

If the child is wearing sandals check the straps regularly to make sure the webbing does not irritate the skin.
 
Knee Straps
To attach the knee straps insert the plastic clip (a) into the buckle (b) on the side of the main knee support. Then grab the straps ends (c) and pull firmly away from the user, which will secure the strap around the user’s leg. To remove the strap, simply squeeze the tabs on the top and bottom of the plastic clip and the strap will pop off.
 
 

Always check with your therapist as to the correct tensioning of the straps for your child as the kneecap is a sensitive area and too much force could cause injury.
 
Positioning andattaching the Pelvic band
There is a different pelvic band for prone and supine standing. In prone the pelvic band should be attached to the user first, if possible on a mat. The inner pelvic band is wrapped around the user’s pelvis and then when the user is secured into the frame (by their feet and chest) the longer straps are slipped through the belt bars on the hip pad  (a) and secured firmly around the user. The  safety strap with the plastic buckle and clip should then be secured to ensure the band is not accidentally unfastened (b). In supine the pelvic band should stay  attached to the product. When the user is  secured into the frame (by their feet and  chest) the inner pelvic band is wrapped  around the user’s pelvis (c) and then the longer straps (d) are slipped through the belt bars on the hip pad (if they are not already through) (e) and secured firmly around the user. The safety strap with the plastic buckle
and clip should then be secured to ensure the band is not accidentally unfastened (f).
 
 
 
 
 
Wrap Around Lateral Harness
To open the wrap around chest harness, simply unclip the side buckle (a) and open. Reverse the process when placing the user back in the product, ensuring to secure the straps firmly around the user. The safety strap with the plastic buckle and clip should then be secured to ensure the band is not accidentally unfastened (a).
 
 
Always secure the chest and hip support harnesses (and knees straps when used in supine) first before making other adjustments.

Always make sure the plastic buckles are fully engaged.
 
Tray Adjustment
To insert and adjust the depth of the tray, loosen the knobs on the back of both tray receivers (a), slide the tray in to the required depth, and retighten. To increase the depth
adjustment further, see 9.12.
 
To adjust the angle of the tray, loosen the plastic handle in the centre of both the tray receivers (b), set the tray to the required  angle and tighten the plastic handles again securely.
 
To adjust the tray height, loosen the knobs at the top of the hip pad (c) adjust receivers to required height and retighten, ensuring the tray is at a level height by matching the scale
on the side of the tray receiver bars.
 
 
 
 
Never use the tray to steer or push the chair.

Do not place hot objects (hotter than 40° Celsius) on the tray.

Please note that the tray is for the use of the user only.

Do not lean or place heavy objects (heavier than 8kgs/17.6lbs) on the tray.