The Chair Lateral Supports are designed to help stop people leaning forward, or to the side, without applying a full restraint.
About the Chair Lateral Supports
The foam Supports are fitted to the wheelchair with one on each side. There are two connecting straps that are done up around the back of the chair. They are primarily designed to use on wheelchairs, but they may be suitable for some other chairs.
The Supports are made from a firm foam, with convolutions on the curved top. This is to help prevent a pressure sore under the arm pit, if the person is resting on this section.
Place the two Supports inside the arm rests on the wheelchair. Place the two connecting straps around the back of the chair. After the person has sat down, raise the Supports up so they are just under the armpits and the arms are on the outside so that if they lean forward, the raised curve section will help prevent them leaning too far.
When the person needs to stand up, the Supports can be loosened off or removed from the chair to allow the person to lean forward during the standing process.
Also available: Chair Head Side Supports.
Some other products to consider
|Sit Slide & Stand Pad||A one-way slide pad which locks on itself when a Patient tries to slide forward.|
|Sit Slide & Stand Pad – Bariatric||The same as above, but designed for Bariatric Patients.|
|Non-Slide Chair/Bed Pad||Helps prevent Patients from sliding in a wheelchair, and most types of chairs.|
|Chair Belt for Sliders – Front Fastening||A restraint that helps prevent Patients from sliding down chairs to the floor, with the strap buckle at the front of the Patient.|
|Chair Belt for Sliders – Rear Fastening||A restraint that helps prevent Patients from sliding down chairs to the floor, with the strap buckle at the behind the Patient.|