Support Station

Practice in strength and skill building, see what a difference 90° can make.

The Support Station’s unique features enable even partially weight-bearing individuals to receive hygiene care or a diaper change in an upright position – making the process more dignified, allowing access to clothing and skin.

A young man using a Rifton Support Station with a caregiver assiting

The Rifton Support Station introduces a renewed dignity and convenience for people with disabilities while promoting Safe Patient Handling and Movement.

Clients using the Support Station are assisting in the sit-to-stand transfer, using their own strength and skills to participate in their care.Continued use of the Support Station has been shown to improve standing and toileting skills –  allowing for improved independence and optimal health.

Improve your clients daily living skills by pairing the Rifton Support Station with a rolling commode or use it as a transfer aid to a stationary toilet.
In schools and care centers everywhere, the Support Station is making a positive difference for clients with disabilities and their caregivers.

  • A young man using a Rifton Support Station with a caregiver assisting.Greater dignity and independence: Putting an end to infant-like, horizontal hygiene can have dramatic emotional benefits. Even people with very limited weight-bearing ability can now participate in their own personal care.
  • Improved safety for caregivers: Eliminating transfers to a mat or changing table means less lifting and wrestling with clothing, plus clothing and skin are more accessible – so the process is healthier for everyone.
  • Practice in strength and skill building: Using their own strength and skills to transfer and support themselves, people improve weight-bearing and motor skills over time.
  • Less time out: Faster than horizontal diapering, the Support Station lets everyone spend less time on hygiene and more time in class, in therapy or simply enjoying life.