The standing frames listed here have small castors (wheels) for easy transport from room to room. They are designed to encourage your child to take some weight through their legs (weight bear) and to stand upright.1
Despite having castors, the majority of these frames are not designed to be moved while your child is standing in them (always check with the manufacturer or supplier whether it has been stress tested for such use).1-3
As these frames are not designed to be moved whilst your child is standing in them, if you would like your child to be mobile in their standing frame please see our section on self-propelled standing frames.1-3
There are many considerations to bear in mind when choosing a standing frame and so they should only be used under the guidance of your child's physiotherapist who can advice on the most appropriate stander and on the best positions to use. They can also provide training on their correct use as well as reassessment as your child grows and/or their needs change.1 & 4
Read our list of help and advice relating to standing frames, which includes considerations to bear in mind when choosing a stander and the benefits of standing.View references and sources of further information ›
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