The APP Multisensorial Standing is a vertical stander for children with special needs designed by Ormesa to make therapy more enjoyable and engaging, thanks to an extraordinary multi-sensory experience. How? Through the propagation of vibrations, induced by an audio source via the frame and the restraint components.
The use of this aid facilitates the dynamic and interactive participation of the child during rehabilitation aimed at:
Simone is a nine-year-old boy who has been affected with infantile cerebral palsy since birth. We went to Formello, where he attends Elementary School, to discover how the APP Multisensorial Standing helped him improve his learning and socializing experiences.
The APP Multisensorial Standing transforms any audio signal into a vibration, thanks to a patented electronic kit positioned under the footboard, to which any type of interactive learning device with analogue audio output can be connected.
This page lists the links to the possible applications to download with mobile or tablet, that we hope you will find useful in using App.
This is only an indicative and certainly not exhaustive list of possible areas of use.
to find the right setting determined by the therapist
adjustment via knobs and levers, without the need for keys. The clamping system – conceived and produced by Ormesa – ensures a quick and precise lock, guaranteeing the integrity of the pipes
helps placing the tablet in the right place
height, inclination and anteroposterior adjustment
captures sounds and trasmits them to the electronic kit (still in the testing phase)
to adjust the pelvic and thoracic circumference to suit more petite users
The structure of the Multisensorial Standing App can be adapted to various postural needs. Both the chest and pelvic supports are independently adjustable, same for the knee supports and heel stops. The birch wood tray, ideal for educational activities and upper limbs support, can be easily removed to facilitate rehabilitation activities.
App Multisensorial Standing is a patented product.