To get the most out of the ADL Balance Trainer, keep it away from walls. Walls keep therapists out of the Trainer and limit their ability to spot and facilitate patients. This is particularly important for the max-mod A patient that needs help to stand and balance. With the Trainer away from the wall, the therapist can remove the black platform and sit on a rolling stool in front of the patient. This set up keeps the therapist's hands free to block, support, and facilitate better standing posture and balance. Patient's also feels safer because the therapist is right in front of them, the Trainer is on each side of them, and their wheelchair is behind them - there is no where to fall! In summary, to get the most out of the ADL Balance Trainer, keep it accessible, in an open area, and away from walls.