Product Catalog

All Timion Products are unique in design and hand made by our specialist team of craftsman. We only use the best available materials and each product is tested to ensure the safety and comfort of use for every individual.

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    Timion Posture Chair

    Our new posture chair is highly adjustable to the special needs of children with Cerebral Palsy. Watch the video for more details on the adjustability

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  • Standing Frame

    Standing Frame

    It is very important for any child to stand – to develop stable hip joints and prevent contractures. Sadly, many children cannot stand independently. Our standing frame supports children who do not have the control and strength to be upright. With the body supported, children can use their hands more easily and functionally, providing an ideal position for play.

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    Standing Frame Assembly Instructions.pdf

    Standing Frame Manual.pdf

  • Sidelyer

    Standing Frame

    Any child who regularly lies in a poor position may be affected by spasticity and have poor function and breathing. This can lead to the development of contracture. The side positioner supports a child in a better lying position to prevent these problems.

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  • Basic Posture Chair

    Posture Chair

    This supports a severely-disabled child in a good sitting position, preventing deformities and promoting function. The cushions and the tilt-in-space feature are used to achieve a well-aligned and comfortable position. The posture chair is adjustable and ‘grows’ with the child. Wheelchair insert: This insert is based on the same system as the posture chair, and can be fitted into a regular wheelchair. It gives as much support as needed for a child who cannot sit with good posture in an ordinary wheelchair.

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  • Reverse Rotator

    Reverse Rotator

    This walker helps children to take their first steps. The wheels have a special brake to prevent the rollator from running backwards. Gutters can be fitted for children who cannot bear weight on straight arms. The width and height are adjustable.

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  • Bench and Table

    Benches and Tables

    Children with disabilities often find it difficult to sit on the floor in a good position, and they do not have the balance to sit on a high chair. A bench at exactly the correct height helps them to sit in a better and more stable position, and makes it easier to play, dress, eat, communicate, etc. The benches are long so that a caregiver can sit behind the child and give some support. The tables and benches are height adjustable.

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    Table Manual.pdf

  • Adjustable Chair

    Adjustable Chairs

    These chairs are useful for children with less severe disabilities who have some sitting balance. They offer only limited support, but great adjustability in height and seat depth.

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  • Sit-to-stand Standing Frame

    Sit-to-stand Standing Frame

    The sit-to-stand standing frame is designed to accommodate children that have outgrown a normal standing frame. The child must have moderate trunk control and balance in sitting.
    It allows for the child to be transferred from sitting into standing while being supported by the backrest of the device.

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  • Soft Splint

    Soft Splint

    Some children keep their arms bent (in a flexion pattern). This splint keeps the elbow straight (in extension), necessary for children whose arms are constantly bent, allowing the arm to bend against the resistance of the soft splint, which is soft and does not hurt the child. The soft splints are not useful for activities, but are used to hold the arms in a better resting position.

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  • Longsitter

    Longsitter

    The longsitter is sometimes used to prevent hamstring shortening. The leg-part of the longsitter is tilt adjustable, so children with slight range-limitation can also be seated. Long-sitters are not endorsed by all therapists, because the tightness could be compensated by slumping the pelvis.

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  • Visual and Tactile Box

    Visual and Tactile Boxes

    Many CP children have damage to the visual cortex of the brain that will cause vision problems i.e. the brain is not able to interpret the messages the eyes are sending. Visual exercises using bright colours, lights and shiny objects can help in the development of a child’s vision, encouraging the child to focus and follow the object. Their vision may be fluctuating and often they may see as if looking through a mesh with certain areas of their visual field ‘blacked out’. It is important to therefore use appropriate exercises for children with visual impairment and not over challenge them.

    Tactile toys are used to provide different types of stimuli soft, hard, smooth, rough, squashy etc. These are to be used by the therapist or caretaker by stroking, pushing, smoothing these different textures over the skin, to allow the brain to be exposed to different feelings. The brain then learns to interpret the different sensations and can either reduce the sensitivity if the child is hypersensitive or improve the sensation if the child is hyposensitive.

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  • Walker Horse

    Walker Horse

    This equipment can be used as a training tool for walking as an intermediate between a standing frame and reverse rolator. It can help to teach and facilitate stepping, prevent scissor gait pattern and encourage independent sit to stand. The child has to have either independent sitting balance or be able to maintain in sitting balance by weight bearing through arms using the handle bars.

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  • Tilt table

    Tilttable-newFor heavier children that cannot be lifted into standing directly. Starting in horizontal position, the child can be positioned and secured with straps. Once secured, the tilt table can be lifted into a vertical position. To make it easier for the caregiver, the lifting mechanism is supported by a gas spring.


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  • Corner Chair

    Corner-chairThe corner chair is designed to give a child moderate support in sitting. This seating device allows the child to be more active when sitting as there is less restrictions in terms of postural support. The chair has an adjustable abduction block for the legs and hip strap to secure the child in sitting. The back support and seat height and -depth is adjustable to accommodate the child’s individual needs.

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  • Toilet-bench

    Toilet bench

    A toilet bench is a seating device especially adapted to assist the child with toilet training. It has a removable container which slides out at the back which can be easily cleaned after use. The extended seat allows the child to transfer and can be used in case the caregiver needs to sit next to the child to provide support. The seat height is adjustable to accommodate the child while growing.
    The toilet bench is also issued with a cushioned and upholstered wooden cover to convert it into a bench which can be used as a seating device for other activities of daily living like assisted dressing, eating and playing.

  • Oswestry-Inspired-Standing-Frame

    Oswestry-Standing-Frame

    This standing frame has been inspired by the original Oswestry standing frame which has been developped 40 years ago (see www.oswestry-frames.co.uk/). The simplicity and possibility of direct transfer from bed or wheelchair into standing, makes this standing frame very usefull in hospitals and care-facilities. This standing frame is not very supportive for the upper trunk, therefore the patient should have upper trunk control.
  • Timion Posture Chair
  • Standing Frame
  • Sidelyer
  • Basic Posture Chair
  • Reverse Rotator
  • Bench and Table
  • Adjustable Chair
  • Sit-to-stand Standing Frame
  • Soft Splint
  • Longsitter
  • Visual and Tactile Box
  • Walker Horse
  • Tilt table
  • Corner Chair
  • Toilet Bench
  • Oswestry-inspired standing frame