Getting the seat wrong can increase dependence and reduce well-being. Incorrect seat depth and height can lead to isolation and long term immobility, whilst inappropriate provision can create further problems.
Correctly fitted balanced seating. requires a well-positioned pelvis. When used alone or in conjunction with other equipment provision, it will support good posture, pressure management and comfort.
What can be described as good seating?
1. Stable supportive surface – anchor the parts of the body that are active and / or in motion
2. Effectively re-distribute pressure – supporting user stability and comfort
3. Support the back – this dictates the stability of the upper body
4. Promote maximum function – as easy to lean back and relax as it is should be to lean forwards
5. Flexibility – static and dynamic movement
6. Safety and security – of paramount importance to any seating situation
Below you will find details on each brand in the range.
If you have any questions or would like to arrange an individual local assessment please call the team on 01531 635678.