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Alzheimer's, Caregivers and Mealtimes

Chairs that SWIVEL-TURN-ROLL
and BRAKE for safety...

  • Eliminate the need for caregiver to push-pull-shove-twist

  • Reduce mealtime stress and anxiety for both the seated person and the caregiver

  • Create a more enjoyable mealtime routine

  • Provide a greater sense of dignity and self worth to the person living with Alzheimer's

1.

Mobility: SWIVEL-LOCK

  • Chairs that swivel-lock enable the seat of the chair to swivel 90 degrees and locks into place at 90 degree intervals

  • This provides full access to the seat of the chair as the seat is swiveled away from the table.

2.

Mobility: SWIVEL-LOCK...ROLL-BRAKE

  • Chairs that swivel-lock enable the seat of the chair to swivel 90 degrees and lock into place. (See above for more details)

  • Additionally, the roll...and brake for safety feature enables the chair to be moved further away from the table, providing increased access to the seat of the chair. It also enables the chair to be moved closer to the table ensuring that even smaller persons can be suitably positioned at the table.

3a.

Mobility: TURN…ROLL-BRAKE

  • Chairs that turn...roll...and brake for safety enable the caregiver to roll the chair to the person requiring assistance.

  • With the chair positioned directly behind a standing person, the person can be assisted into the chair.

  • Once seated, the caregiver moves the seated person into position at the table with ease.

3A.

Dining chairs that Turn...Rolls...and Brake for safety

Turns...Rolls...
and Brakes for safety

VIDEO #3A. How does a SEATED PERSON get moved up-to / away-from the table …without risk of injury to the CAREGIVER?

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3b.

Mobility: TURN...ROLL-BRAKE

  • The Chair CADDIE is a retro-fit-able device that attaches to the base of one’s favorite dining chair.

  • Chair/caddies that turn...roll...and brake for safety enable the caregiver to roll the chair to the person requiring assistance.

  • With the chair positioned directly behind a standing person, the person can be assisted into the chair.

  • Once seated, the caregiver moves the seated person into position at the table with ease.

Moving Between Two (2) Tables

  • Moving between tables can be challenging for persons living with Alzheimer's, as this typically involves being assisted/transferred from one chair to another.

  • When the controlled inline mobility of the chair/CADDIE is combined with a swivel-seat that locks every 90 degrees a seated person can move safely between two tables, eliminating the need to transfer into another chair, thereby minimizing the risk of fall/injury to either the seated person or the caregiver.

4A.

Dining chairs (Bariatric) that Turn...Rolls...and Brake for safety

Turns...Rolls...
and Brakes for safety

VIDEO #4A. How does a SEATED PERSON of 300+ lbs. get moved up-to / away-from the table …without risk of injury to the CAREGIVER?

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Chair Caddie Rolls...and Brakes for safety

Rolls...
and Brakes for safety

VIDEO #7. Creating an enjoyable mealtime routine for the SEATED PERSON, FAMILY MEMBERS and the CAREGIVER.

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Randy Schellenberg, President Comfor Tek Seating

“Is it possible that T2 Chairs can be instrumental in providing loved ones with an increased sense of independence, dignity and self-worth? We believe it can!”


Randy Schellenberg
President - ComforTek