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Assisted Living Dining Chairs: A Buyer's Guide

2023/05/04

Assisted Living Dining Chairs: A Buyer's Guide


Today we’re going to talk about Assisted Living Dining Chairs, and how to choose the right one for your needs. Whether you’re the caregiver, the patient or the family member, finding a comfortable and safe dining chair is a must.


Assisted living chairs should be designed to accommodate people with mobility issues in a comfortable manner. This means that certain design elements need to be taken into account when choosing the right chair.


1. Safety features

Safety should be the top priority when it comes to choosing an assisted living chair. The chair should have non-slip legs or casters, making it much harder to tip over. Additionally, the chair should also have arms to help patients safely get up from the chair, as well as a seat belt to keep them from falling out of the chair.


2. Comfortable seating

The second most important thing to consider when buying an assisted living dining chair is that it should be comfortable. Elderly people typically need a softer seat cushion to help ease the stress on their bodies, so the padded seat will provide them with the extra support they need.


Furthermore, if the seat is too low, it may cause a lot of pain when they try to stand up. chairs that are too high, meanwhile, can create an unstable feeling and affect the balance.


3. Height adjustment

Adjusting the height of the chair could be important for some patients. If the chair can be raised or lowered easily, it allows the patient to find the perfect height to make sitting and standing as painless as possible. Often, it is necessary for caregivers to adjust the height of the chair to help the patient get in and out of it.


4. Mobility

Mobility is another feature that could be especially significant for an assisted living dining chair. Pivoting wheels make it easier for caregivers to push patients in and out, and they don't require a lot of upper-body strength. If the patient requires additional help, it might be better to choose a chair that has larger wheels, and that can be steered much more easily.


5. Design and color choices

Finally, the design and color of the chair should be taken into account. While this may not be as important as safety or comfort, it's still an important aspect to consider. Choosing a chair that has a pleasant color or a design that the patient likes may make them feel less apprehensive about using it.


Wrapping up

Overall, there are numerous factors you should take into account when selecting the ideal dining chair for assisted living. Safety, mobility, and comfort are crucial, and all should be taken into account before making a purchasing decision. The chair's height, and design, should also be considered. With all of these elements in mind, you can ensure that you choose the right chair to provide the extra support and comfort that elderly patients require.

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