Care Home Dining Chairs
Providing comfortable and supportive seating is important throughout a care home, including dining areas. When choosing care home
dining chairs, attention to detail is important. Outside the care home setting,
the main consideration is that the chairs are comfortable for the diner. And
while comfort is an absolutely essential requirement for our furniture too, we
make sure that our chairs are additionally sturdy and hygienic. These are vital factors in deciding on kitchen or dining chairs for disabled or elderly individuals.
For an older person, ageing means
that there is a reduction in strength in the leg muscles. Therefore, the
process of standing up will require help from the upper body as well. If dining
chairs have solid arms there is less reliance on the leg muscles as the upper
body can assist. As the majority of clientele in a healthcare facility will
require assistance in rising, many of our dining chairs come with arms that
make rising from the table easier. This is why armchairs for dining areas are a popular choice for care home dining furniture.
All dining rooms might be home to unfortunate spillages and food messes at times, and this is even more so the case in establishments like care homes. To alleviate the problems that these cause, like staining and the cost of replacing marked items, our chairs are provided in a variety of fabrics and vinyls that are easy to keep clean and hygienic. These properties are, of course, essential in a food distribution area in a care home or hospital.
As an example product that
satisfies all these issues, our Myah Dining Chair comes with arms and has a
solid 4-leg frame. It comes fitted with a variety of available anti-microbial
fabrics or vinyl coverings for simple, achievable cleanliness.