The APT-1 Portable Active Passive Trainer is a continuous passive motion device and progressive resistance arm and leg exerciser designed for use by seniors and individuals with neurological or physical disabilities. This portable standalone unit with an adjustable angle base can be used on a table top for upper body workouts, or on the floor for lower body exercise while the user is seated in a wheelchair or chair. An assortment of accessories are available to enable users with a variety of physical difficulties to utilize the APT-1 completely. The unit's passive mode has five speeds for passive upper and lower limb exercise to improve circulation and muscle tone, increase range of motion, and decrease atrophy, spasms and swelling. An auto reverse feature ensures release of seized muscles. In its passive mode, the APT-1 trainer can be used by individuals with spinal cord injury, spina bifida, cerebrovascular incidence (CVA), cerebral palsy, myopathies, or congenital muscular dystrophy. The unit's active mode has five levels of resistance for active upper and lower limb exercise, with a height- and length-adjustable crank-arm. The user can improve blood circulation, strength, endurance, and muscle tone, learn the motor skill associated with cycling, and activate rhythmical locomotion patterns. In the active mode, the APT-1 can be used by seniors, children with motor disorders, individuals in post cardiac rehabilitation, as well as individuals with orthopedic pathologies (partial weight bearing), post traumatic brain injury, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, or post polio syndrome. OPTIONS: Straight or angled handgrips; footrests with or without high leg supports; hemi grip assist gloves (single or pair). POWER: Uses 18-Volt AC from 100-120 Volt AC at 50 Hertz (Hz) or 220-240 Volt AC, 50 Hz power supply. DIMENSIONS (WxDxH): 18 x 28 x 6 inches folded; rotation radius is 1.5, 3, 4.5 and 6 inches; angle of exercising positions is 15, 30, 45 and 60 degrees. WEIGHT: 22 pounds.