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Product Care

Frequent Adjustments

Parents and carers should be shown how to make frequent adjustments and made aware of the safety checks 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. Before transferring the child into the product lock all the castors, ensuring that they are facing outwards to maximize product stability. Make sure the straps on the chest, hip support harnesses and sandals are released and out of the way to facilitate transfer.
Always secure the pelvic band and safety strap first then the chest strap and the users feet.

Adjusting the Sandals and Footplates
The Pronestander footplate is split and hinged at the back of the footboard. This allows the sandals to be adjusted more easily and can facilitate transfer from a seating position, to a wheelchair for example. Each sandal is attached to the individual footplate with Velcro and a single fixing bolt. If you wish to rotate the sandal laterally, simply loosen the bolt (a), place in the required position and then re-tighten the bolt securely.

Flexible Lateral Support Adjustment
The Pronestander flexible lateral supports can be adjusted in and out by loosening the bolt on the back of the chest plate. Once this bolt has been loosened, the flexible lateral supports can be adjusted the required position and once in position the bolts should be re-tightened securely. The flexible laterals also have a small amount of height adjustment. To alter the height loosen the allen bolts (b), position the laterals as required and then re-tighten the allen bolts (b) securely. The flexible lateral supports are secured around the user by tightening the safety strap into position. Fasten the safety strap immediately.
Always use caution to ensure fingers do not become trapped when adjusting the lateral supports.


Adjusting the Tray
The tray can be height and angle adjusted by loosening the bolts (a) on the tray poles, adjusting to the required position and then re-tightening the bolts (a) securely. The position of the tray can also be altered in relation to the chest plate. One of three positions can be selected to help facilitate good hand function.


Attaching the Pelvic Band
The pelvic band should be attached to the user first, again if practical on a mat. The pelvic straps are attached around the user’s pelvis the longer straps are slipped through the D-Rings on the pelvic plate and secured firmly behind the user with Velcro on the belt. To ensure that you can easily identify the strap that goes around the user and the one that attaches to the frame, a Leckey label is sewn on to the one that goes around the frame.
Always secure the pelvic band and safety strap first then the chest strap and the users feet.