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Choosing the Best Nursing Home Chairs

2022/12/20

Nursing home chairs are one of the most widely used furniture sets in any home. The members of the family who are not bound to a bed or outdoor commitments will spend most of their day cosying up in their favourite chair. Older people are prone to sitting in a wrong posture that is asymmetrical; this can cause their soft skin muscles to be damaged. Mostly, this wrong posture can lead to several aches and can even pressure the injuries or wounds of their bodies.


What are Nursing Home Chairs?

Nursing home chairs give the residents of your home a special touch of comfort and body support. The options given through this seating can be one of the features for enabling correct posture or the body weight that should be adjusted and distributed accordingly. These chairs help pressure build-up, especially in isolated areas.

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Looking for Nursing Home Chairs That are Comfortable and Safe to Use?

Many home care residents are either bound to a bed or have a bad posture because the normally used chair doesn't give them enough comfort in sitting. We should be well ensured that the older people are sitting properly.


At Yumeya Furniture, a leading senior living furniture manufacturer for assisted living and wood grain senior living chairs, you will find these Nursing home chairs to be your favourite ones. By keeping the right choice of seating, the living residents in your home can be much more comfortable and become highly active in their social life.


The specialist seating by Yumeya can offer people with older age a better quality of life by saving a ton of money spent on muscular treatments. As we grow older, many changes happen inside and outside our bodies. The things we use for ourselves must be adapted to modern-day issues and needs. Yumeya Furniture is the only place that pays extra and special attention to the new research related to senior care; our chair manufacturing is adapted to the process by ensuring the best support for our customer's needs.


Here is a list of things your residents will enjoy the most while seated on the Yumeya nursing home chairs.

The Perfect Levels of Support – As ageing leads to loss of skeletal muscle mass, the Yumeya nursing home chair is specially designed to make the sitter comfortable. The sitting area is a bit elevated; this helps the resident get up and sit down, especially because their muscle doesn't strain throughout the sitting and getting up experience.

 Helps People Who Have Dementia – Nursing home chairs are easily adaptable by patients with neurodegenerative disorders. These chairs help patients with their breathing problems resulting from a wrong posture in their old age.

 Extra Sitting Comfort – When people get old, their sitting posture eventually leads to slouching or leaning. This also happens due to the same muscle mass loss and insufficient activity needed by the muscles.

When the senior residents slouch while seated on a chair, their sitting posture becomes a bit uncomfortable, especially when their nursing home chair does not provide enough support to their body. Yumeya, nursing home chairs, is the only solution providing perfect support to the old age muscles.

 Safe and Long Lasting – The best thing about these nursing home chairs is that they are highly durable and long-lasting. They can withstand any behaviour by residents with mental health issues, which might lead to sudden challenging behaviours. Yumeya hence provides a safe design that might not be a part of any harm-causing elements and would last long.

✔ Easy Cleaning – When talking about the elderly and their comfort, the most important part is the cleanliness of anything related to them. These nursing home chairs are not only durable but are also easy to clean. You might as well wash these if needed; the material of the chairs is high quality and does not spoil if cleaned or washed.


What are the Different Types of Nursing Home Chairs?

Nursing home chairs range in different types. Here is a list of these types:

• High Back Chairs

High-back chairs are amazing because they provide increased support to the head of the resident's head and shoulder, neck, and overall back support. The residents can feel more active and alert if they are seated in a proper posture. These high-back chairs support the lumber of the body that is located on the lower back. With these chairs, this body section remains protected from muscle strain.

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• Rise and Recliner Chairs

Recliners are highly effective, as they are highly adjustable according to the body position that the residents need. Doesn't matter if you want to rise, sit, or keep your feet up or wish to recline fully when you are relaxing. A recliner would help you adjust. If the higher seating of a recliner doesn't let the foot of the seater rest on the floor, a footstool can be used in such a case.

• Low Back Chairs

These chairs are specially made to offer extra support to your lower back muscles. The backrest of these chairs is smaller than other kinds of chairs, and it adjusts by moving backwards or forward when you are seated. The backrest of these chairs is specially designed to look and feel like support for the lumber. These back chairs are mostly designed for people who don't sit for long periods or for those who keep moving while seated. Low-back chairs are best suited for those who suffer from lower back pains or any other issues; these chairs should not be used for a longer period's seating. These chairs are also comparatively economical.


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