I think it looks great and wish I had something like it for Aidan. I'm about to switch hospitals because we're not getting enough support and interest, where we've been taking Aidan for PT. The vendors there don't get us enough necessary equipment, let alone what we want. I think part of the problem is lack of a Dev Ped overseeing.
Anyway, I think a slight recline, which causes Katie to crunch her tummy muscles, might be good, in the long run.
I'm thinking of trying that with Aidan's gazelle stander. I hate that contraption and he doesn't tolerate the restaint when leaning forward. But, he needs to strengthen his trunk and do more stomach contracting to look around, instead of always going into extension. So, I'm going to see what happens if he's leaning back instead.
Are you still giving Katie those injections?
How is Jake doing?
Heather b 1954 married to Husband William b 1954 (dx bi-polar), estranged son Casey b 78, daughter Amber b 82 (dx bi-polar), son Alex b 86, adopted daughter Ariana b 4/02 (adhd?), permanent guardianship, son Aidan b 8/03 former 26 week preemie, severe quad cp, seizure disorder, shunted hydrocephalus, g-tube dependant.