Rehabilitation for children with movement disorders is an ongoing process. Its continuation is a great challenge for those small patients who, for various reasons, cannot receive outpatient rehabilitation - sessions at home require both remote consultations and special therapeutic suits - Mollii Superhero Suits.

Since 2021, with the support of the Boris and Ināra Teterev Foundation, several dozen little patients with mobility impairments at the Children's Rehabilitation Center POGA have received nearly 300 Mollii rehabilitation courses at home. With the support of the foundation, Mollii therapeutic suits were purchased. Specialists of the center carry out their programming and provide physiotherapist consultations, trial lessons, and parent training for the use of Mollii suits. Each child's outfit is programmed and selected according to their needs and the child's size. After programming and parent training, the suit is given to the child to use at home.

Until the end of 2023, 4,071 days of therapy at home have been provided for children.

In 2023, the POGA center provided 104 services (13 initial consultations and 91 therapies at home) to 61 children.

In 2022, a total of 120 services were provided (23 consultations and 97 therapies at home) for 56 children.

In 2021, Molli suits were handed over for use at home 16 times, providing the opportunity to receive therapy at home for 325 days. A total of 20 services were provided (4 consultations and 16 therapies at home) for 17 children.

Funding of EUR 100`000 has so far been allocated for the purchase of Mollii therapeutic costumes, consultations, and rehabilitation courses. The new technology significantly improves the physical condition of children and, with the help of parents, allows them to receive full-fledged rehabilitation and physiotherapist support remotely at home.

Made in Sweden Mollii therapeutic suit is used to treat people with spasticity and other movement disorders due to cerebral palsy, stroke, cerebral damage, spinal cord injury, or other neurological injuries. The device can also be used to relieve pain associated with spasticity. The pre-programmed costume is remotely controlled and is used at home, specialist consultations take place remotely. One session at home lasts 60 minutes, but its therapeutic effect lasts up to 49 hours. The cost of one suit is 2`200 euros, it is available in nine sizes.

The Boris and Ināra Teterev Foundation started to support the project at a time when the center "POGA" provided its services to a smaller number of patients than usual, due to the COVID-19 restrictions imposed by the state of emergency declared in Latvia in 2020.

For children with cerebral palsy, it is important to do rehabilitation regularly. However, these small patients are at risk for the coronavirus COVID-19, as they may suffer severe difficulty breathing due to lung malfunction. As a result, it became vital to continue rehabilitation remotely using these Mollii therapeutic suits.