Supine Stander

Allows interaction with peers at eye level and hands free for function.

In the Rifton supine standing frames, clients can stand at eye level with their peers. Adjustable supports on the standing aid allow for functional alignment, and the client's arms are free for activities. Supine standing provides head support with partial weight-bearing. We offer two sizes for a wide range of users.

Note: The Large Supine Stander was formerly called the TranStander.

Sizes Small and Large
Specifications Chart

Small Lateral Blocks

Extra pair of Small Lateral Blocks (E504) help align the trunk and are adjustable width-wise and up and down. Small Lateral Blocks fit the Small Supine Stander.

Large Lateral Blocks

Extra pair of Large Lateral Blocks (E439) help align the trunk and are adjustable width-wise and up and down. Large Lateral Blocks fit the Large Supine Stander.

Adjustable Abduction Wedge

Adjustable Abduction Wedge can be changed from 3½" - 11" in width (5° - 25° abduction), depending on how much abduction is desired.

Round Abduction Block

Round Abduction Block helps maintain 4" of comfortable knee separation. The Collar adds 2" of separation to the Round Abduction Block.

Sandals and Wedges

Pair of Sandals position feet correctly and can be adjusted for the individual by moving them in and out, backward and forward. Pair of Wedges raise heels or toes. For different leg lengths combine two wedges under one sandal. 


The Tray has a smooth, cleanable working surface with rounded corners. Angle of Tray can be changed by adjusting the armrests. Choose between the clear tray shown here and a cream-colored tray. 

Hand Anchor

Use this Hand Anchor on the Tray to stabilize one arm - often this will make functional tasks easier for the other hand. Other types of Anchors are available separately here. These anchors provide a secure, temporary support, and are impervious to hard, constant use.
The industrial-strength, 4" diameter suction cups, when attached to a smooth surface, do not slip or shift.


  • Fold Away Top
  • Lateral Supports
  • Armrests
  • Angle Adjustment
  • Height Adjustment
  • Caster
  • S-Curve Frame
  • Footboard

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ISO Standards Approval

Australian Standards have been developed to ensure equipment meets recognised safety and reliability criteria. To achieve this status, equipment must pass a series of tests in which it is put under difficult conditions that are designed to be similar to those that the child or adult may face when the equipment is used. For example, wheelchairs are tested for safhas gained Australian Standard acceptance, it provides a sense of satisfaction and reassurance that it is safe to be used and will do the job.

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