chairs for patients with dementia or Alzheimer’s
Therapeutic chairs can make a remarkable difference in the daily lives of patients with the safety and comfort they provide. Dementia chairs allow patients with Alzheimer’s to move around, rock, or even sit and stand up with more security than with traditional chairs. Extend the autonomy of these vulnerable patients with healthcare furniture manufactured by LPA Medical.
The benefits of rocking
For patients with dementia or Alzheimer's, rocking or dementia chairs made easily accessible in their living environment can have significant benefits. Rocking can be an important addition to therapy programs in long-term care facilities. According to a clinical study on patients experiencing loss of autonomy, the frequent use of a dementia chair improves balance and blood circulation, reduces muscle pain, and reduces anxiety and depression.
Medical chairs adapted for patients with Alzheimer's
All our therapeutic dementia chairs are designed to be adjustable according to the morphology of the patient as well as his or her specific needs. This translates into an optimal comfort for each user and minimizes the risk of injury for the nursing staff. Optional anti-slip surfaces on our dementia chairs are offered as well. These make it easier and safer to position patients who are experiencing a loss of mobility, such as patients with Alzheimer's. LPA Medical provides adapted and versatile medical furniture to establishments with patients who suffer from dementia or Alzheimer’s: self-locking rocking chairs, dementia chairs, wheelchairs, rest furniture, reclining and positioning chairs.
LPA Medical: safety and durability
LPA Medical has been developing medical dementia chairs since 1989. We provide the highest standards in medical furniture by staying at the cutting edge of technology in the field. We focus on designing dementia chairs and other healthcare seating that facilitate the staff’s daily work with the most vulnerable patients. Our medical chairs and dementia chairs also significantly improve the patients’ quality of life and give their families peace of mind about their safety and well-being.