Nurmi Neo pediatric walker
Nurmi Neo pediatric walker doesn’t get in the way of getting around
Helps kids go the distance
The Nurmi Neo is our most popular walker (often called a “gait trainer”). This picture shows several optional accessories, demonstrating how it can be tailored to your child’s needs and preferences.
Designed for everyday use at home, school or on the go, it turns on a dime and can easily reverse to get out of tight corners. The Nurmi Neo is a solid solution for kids who can walk but need a little extra support, especially those whose gait is improving and want a walker that will grow with them.
Great standard features (including easy folding) and accessories help make the Nurmi Neo “just right”!
A seat just when you need it
A fold-up seat lets a child take a break whenever they want, tucking out of the way when it isn’t needed.
Make it yours
Additions like a basket add practicality and personality.
Since the Nurmi Neo is a posterior walker, (positioned behind the child), the front wheels swivel for easy navigation or lock for stability.
Get (your own) grip
Three different grip styles let you pick the one that’s best for your child: a narrower universal grip, a vertical grip with forearm supports, and a mini size for smaller kids.
What you need to know
Advantages for you
Going the distance
A light-weight frame still supports a high load, making it easier for your child to move (and for your to fold and transport) without giving up any stability and support.
A wide variety of accesories help to customize the Nurmi to suit the child's size and abilities -- and even color choices!
The posterior position can make it a little easier to engage with the world, getting a little closer to the fun.
Pick your grip
Depending on your child’s size, grip strength and preference, three choices make it easier to navigate.
Available with three different depth and height adjustable grip bars
- The universal grips adjusts to reduce the width between grips
- Extra high grip bar with forearm supports and vertical hand grips is angle adjustable
- The mini grip bar is ideal for smaller hands
When friction is a good thing
The back wheels can be equipped with a friction brake – for those times that a child’s speed needs to slow down to balance their environmental obstacles or learning curve. Think of it as a driver’s permit.
Take a seat
Whenever your child needs a break, the seat can easily come down to rest or be at a different level. Then, when he or she is ready to take off, simply fold it up and securely out of the way.
Support in the right spot
Pads provide extra support and protection for your child, helping maintain an optimal position as they become more mobile and independent.
Good things in a small package
The lightweight Nurmi Neo folds to easily fit into a trunk, ready to go to the next adventure, errand or appointment.
Size 1: 55 lbs
Size 2: 88 lbs
Size 3: 121 lbs
Size 1: 25 in
Size 2: 26.75 in
Size 3: 28 in
Size 1: 34 in
Size 2: 39 in
Size 3: 42 in
Take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
If you live in the United States, you can visit www.OttobockKids.com. If you work with a dealer or therapist, just bring in the product information and they can help you try out the product and arrange an order.
Typically, yes. If you need more details, please feel free to call us at 800 328 4058 and ask for our reimbursement team.
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If you are looking for ways to donate, here is an opportunity to do so:
Familias Especiailes accepts rehabilitative equipment and supports volunteer therapists traveling to Nicaragua. They are in need of donations. These donations are critical, often allowing a child that otherwise spends all their time in bed or on their parents lap could be more mobile and involved in a stroller or wheelchair.
Familias Especiales is a 501-C and can provide a receipt for any donated equipment.
- Familias Especiales is a 501-C and can provide a receipt for any donated equipment.
www.familiasespeciales.org and https://www.facebook.com/familiasespeciales.santajulia
- Wisconsin Nicaragua Wheelchair Project - Wisconsin/Minnesota organization that sends down rehabilitative equipment. www.wnwp.org