3 in 1 positioning for children with simple to complex needs, from 9 months-13 years

Highly supportive standing in prone, supine or upright.

An unrivalled amount of adjustment for height and width and a maximum user weight of 60kg on the size 2 make the Multistander the perfect choice for growing children or multi-user environments. Smooth and easy angle adjustments take the Multistander from horizontal right through to upright facilitating easy transfers in supine and an unlimited scope for setting the precise standing angle required for every child.

Wide variety of head, trunk, leg and foot support options allow you to customise every Multistander for any individual user, whilst the deliberately open design ensures you can easily see exactly how they are positioned each and every time. The capacity for outstanding thoracic and pelvic support coupled with highly adjustable leg positioning options make the Multistander a great option for almost every child.  If you need flexibility, the Jenx Multistander has got it!

Product Demonstration
Instructional Video - Locking the castors
Size 1 Size 2
Configuration Prone Supine Prone Supine
Code 5230-0001 5230-0002
Angle 10-90° 90-10° 10-90° Powered
0-80° Manual
Age Range 9 months – 6 years 3 – 13 years
Max. User Height 116 cm 175 cm
Max. User Weight 35 kg 60 kg
Frame Width 56.5 cm 65 cm
Frame Length 71 cm 99.5 cm
Min Height (foot to top of upper support) 49.5 cm 57 cm 70 cm 77.5 cm
Max Height (foot to top of upper support) 86 cm 86 cm 117 cm 117 cm
Min Height (foot to top of headrest) 66 cm 84 cm
Max Height (foot to top of headrest) 116 cm 135 cm (No shoulder support)
150 cm (Shoulder support)
Chest Pad Width 15 – 26 cm 17 – 32 cm
Hip Pad Width 12 – 26 cm 17 – 32 cm
Kneeblock Width (centre to centre) 12 – 20 cm 14.5 – 28 cm
Frame Height (floor to top of upper pad) 600 – 900 cm 660 – 900 cm 600 – 900 cm 660 – 900 cm
Footplate Angle Range -15 – +15° -15 – +15°


Warranty:  24 months from date of purchase.

Why should I choose a Multistander rather than a Prone or Supine Stander?



One of the major benefits of the Multistander range is that it is a 3 in 1 standing system, that offers prone, upright and supine standing in one standing frame.  This makes it ideal for multiuser environments as well as accommodating the changing needs of any particular user – this is particularly relevant where the diagnosis points to a deteriorating condition.

Kerry Mcphee & Ashton

Kerry McPhee, from Paisley and whose six-year-old son Ashton lives with quadriplegic cerebral palsy and global development delay, has talked up the health benefits of the Jenx Multistander – a three-in-one standing frame manufactured for children aged from nine months to 13 years – after a recommendation from the family’s Physiotherapist.

Kerry, who initially found the Multistander at an exhibition in Scotland, said:

The Multistander has lots of incredible health benefits for Ashton, who spends most of his time sitting or lying down. As parents of a full-time wheelchair user, it’s amazing to see our son enjoy finally standing tall.

Our physiotherapist recommended Jiraffe to us, and I was immediately impressed with their range of products and extremely knowledgeable and friendly staff.

Ashton, who is non-verbal, uses a variety of assistive equipment day-to-day – with the Jenx Multistander providing support which enables him to stand for prolonged periods.

The Jenx Multistander is a three-in-one standing frame, designed to provide highly supportive standing in prone, supine or upright.

The Multistander has a wide variety of head, trunk, leg and foot support options so that it can be adjusted in order to provide support precisely where it is needed while also being comfortable – the open design ensures parents can easily monitor the positioning.

Multistander means a first for Kian!

Meet 3 year old Kian – he hasn’t been able to stand for the last 6 months as his existing stander couldn’t provide the correct and necessary support to enable this. His mum was desperate for him to be able to enjoy the benefits of standing, but his physio couldn’t suggest any other changes they could make to the stander to facilitate this.

On his first assessment in the Multistander Kian managed to spend 40 mins virtually upright! This is the first time he has ever stood so upright and despite the grumpy face, there were no tears – which according to mum is a first!

Grace’s Story

This beautiful little girl is Grace.  Grace has Rett’s Syndrome. Elizabeth, Grace’s mum, told us:

“Grace can’t stand on her own, so her Jenx standing frame is an important part of every day! It allows her to get up and spend time with her friends at their eye level. We know this makes her feel empowered and strong.”