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Firefly

Product Care

Frequent Adjustments

Frequent adjustment for daily use (therapists/carers/parents)

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 maximise product stability. Make sure the straps on the chest, hip support harnesses and sandals are released and out of the way to facilitate transfer. To facilitate transfer into supine standing, angle the support frame to its most horizontal position. This will enable easier positioning of pads and straps while the child is lying on their back.
Always secure the hip and chest support harnesses first.


Chest and hip support harness

To open the chest or hip support harness unclip one buckle and move the harness to one side leaving the other buckle attached. Reverse the process when placing the user back in the product.
Always secure the chest and hip support harnesses first before making other adjustments.
Always make sure the plastic buckles are fully engaged.


Knee support pads

To remove the kneepads unclip the buckle on the outer side of each kneepad and move to one side leaving the other inner buckle attached. Reverse the process when placing the user back in the product.
Always make sure the plastic buckles are fully engaged.


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 and over the toes. If the child is wearing sandals or light footwear check the straps regularly to make sure the webbing does not irritate the skin.


Adjusting the height of the tray in prone and supine

The height adjustment knobs for the tray are located on either side of the central spine. Rotate knob (A) in a clockwise direction and rotate knob (B) in an anti-clockwise direction, select the required height and retighten.


Adjusting the depth and angle of the tray

Loosen the adjustment knob (C) on either side, slide the tubes along the receiving brackets to achieve the desired depth and retighten the knobs. To adjust the angle of the tray loosen the knobs (D) on either side of the tray, set the tray to the required angle and retighten securely.
Never use the tray to steer or push the chair. Do not place hot objects on the tray, greater than 40°C. Please note that the tray is for the use of the user only. Do not lean or place heavy objects on the tray greater than 8kgs (17.6lbs).


Grab rail adjustment

To set the depth of the grab rail to suit the childs reach loosening knob (E) adjust to the required depth and then re-tighten. To set the height of the rail, loosen knob (F) slide the rail to the required height and then re-tighten.


Mobile Chassis Angle Adjustment

To adjust the angle of the Mobile chassis loosen the two plastic knobs. Press the popper and adjust to the angle required, when the popper has engaged retighten the plastic knobs securely.


Adjusting the height of the suspension system

If you purchase a larger set of wheels for your mobile stander you will need to adjust the height of the suspension system. To adjust the height loosen and remove the nut and bolt at the top of the suspension upright, raise the stem to the higher position, replace the bolt and nut and tighten securely. Repeat the process for the other wheel.


Applying the Brakes

To lock the brakes on the mobile chassis push the levers down on either side of the chassis to unlock push the levers up.


Easel Chassis angle adjustment

To adjust the angle of the Easel Chassis loosen the two plastic knobs (B). Press the poppers and slide the outer tube to the required angles and engage the poppers (C) again. Finally retighten the plastic knobs (B) securely.
Do not adjust the angle of the Easel chassis with the child in the stander.


Pivot chassis angle adjustment

The angle can be adjusted whilst the user is in the stander. You should ensure the child is secured in the stander using the thoracic and hip pads. To adjust the angle of the stander first release the locking pin. To release the pin, pull and rotate plastic knob (A) through 90° into the locked position. Press the lever (B) down and set the stander to the desired angle. Always re-lock the locking pin (A). Ensure that the product and user are away from surrounding furnishings to prevent possible collision when adjusting the angle of the pivot chassis.


Folding Easel Chassis for storage
The easel chassis can fold flat for storage. Remove the main support frame from the chassis. Adjust the outer frame to its minimum position and clip crossbar into the central lock.