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Published June 14, 2012, 12:00 AM

A supine stander helps with head control, body alignment, breathing, digestion, and gaining strength


Beth Schaible, an occupational therapist for Southeast Kids Infant Development Program straps Rowan Hammer in to a supine stander which helps with head control, body alignment, breathing, digestion, and gaining strength. Hammer was diagnosed with Lissencephaly DCX-X linked. Carrie Snyder / The Forum
Read the article: A special woman for special kids: Schaible brings passion, wisdom to program for kids with special needs