Our clinicial team at Seating Matters is made up of Occupational Therapists, Nurses, and a Doctor of Physical Therapy so we have a unique understanding of our patient needs when it comes to seating.

We are changing the world of healthcare seating and through this blog we are educating fellow clinicians with informational videos and how to articles,  as well as sharing key industry news, and highlighting research to support evidence based practice.


Valerie, an 86 year old female with dementia and limited mobility, spent the majority of her day with her arms ...

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Marjorie lived in a care home setting and had dementia. She used a patient lift (hoist) for all transfers and staff ...

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Wilma, an 89 year old female, had advanced dementia and Parkinson’s disease. Wilma was non ambulatory and had to be ...

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Supporting families dealing with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease is the leading form of dementia found in elderly patients marked by the slow degeneration of ...

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Comfortable and Safe Seating in Care Facility is a Success in Reducing Falls for Dementia Residents

It is always such a joy to hear and see our chairs being used to help so many people and assist clinicians to achieve ...

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Choosing The Right Chair for Someone Living with Alzheimer's Disease

Today I want to share with you the story of Katy Gartside and her family.  They came up against an issue that we see ...

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Gift Ideas for Dementia Patients

It can be tricky to know what to buy a loved one for a Christmas present if they are suffering from a neuroglogical ...

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Seating Patients with Complex Needs

 Complex Conditions  In a daily case load, each patient we encounter is different, with individual needs which change ...

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Cornfield Care Centre Recognised for Their Role in Improving Patient Care Worldwide

  Committment to outstanding patient care Managing Director of Cornfield Care Centre Jervis Nutt, has been commended ...

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