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Julie

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have just got a Leckey tot stander for my 3yr old, it’s brilliant but even though it says it’s age range is to 5 years she is nearly out of it, I’ve had a look and canT find anything similar but in a bigger size, I like the fact it’s simple and children can get up close to her. Any body seen anything else similar?

22 December 2014 01:55 AM # 1

Healing Heart

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Hi Julie,
Do you think the Leckey Freestander or Pronestander might work?  They are very similar to the tot version just for older children? 
http://professionals.ottobockus.com/cps/rde/xchg/ob_us_en/hs.xsl/33892.html

The squiggles stander might work too without the tray feature:
http://www.rehabmart.com/product/leckey-squiggles-stander2-33447.html

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12 January 2015 11:55 AM # 2

AlwaysRunning

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Did you get anywhere with a new stander Julie?

28 January 2015 02:57 PM # 3

Julie

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No still struggling, but am going to look at a few that are similar to the totstander.  I have a few websites to look at and then need to make some rep appointments!! But any advice is greatly received!!

04 February 2015 10:52 AM # 4

AlwaysRunning

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Keep updated - I had a wee google but didn’t find anything :(

05 February 2015 01:50 AM # 5

Healing Heart

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I really was hoping they’d market the Innowalk as a stander - even as an orthotic for DME code purposes - but sadly that’s not going to be an option for US residents.  It was kind of the best of both worlds a walker and stander in one…

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05 February 2015 07:09 PM # 6

Julie

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The only standers I have found to date that are similar are the Joncare varyflex, which we tried yesterday and quiet liked, however it has a big footprint so meant she can’t get up to things closely which is a shame, we are also going to look at the JCM hip stander which is a slightly different stander but looks like you can get up close and looks pretty streamlined. I’ll keep you all updated on how I go on and what we think about them.  If anybody has used either of these standers would be interested in your feedback.

09 February 2015 03:35 PM # 7

jburger83

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Following with interest Julie and might also try them. The totstander didn’t used to be enough support and now that it is, he is too big for it!

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