The Thera-Glide® Safety Glider provides a relaxing gliding motion that eases tension and anxiety. Its patented (Patent: US 6406095B1, CAN 2323398) automatic-locking system reduces the risk of falls. The Thera-Glide® is a stationary chair until you are safely seated, then the lock automatically releases, allowing for a soothing glide motion. When you exit the chair, the lock automatically engages again for a steady safe egress…it’s like getting into and out of a stationary chair. Now anyone can enjoy the benefits of a rocking chair without the risks. Whether in a home, assisted living, nursing facility or hospital labor and delivery, the Thera-Glide® auto locking glider is a meaningful addition to a Fall Prevention Program.
Thera-Glide® auto lock gliders are built to last and will withstand the rigors of today’s busy healthcare facilities.
The attractive styling of the Thera-Glide’s® exterior hides an inner structure of strength and durability. The seat back, seat deck, undercarriage, and moving parts within are made of steel for years of trouble free service. Even the precision glide bearings are warrantied for the life of the chair. The steel frame of the Thera-Glide® auto locking glider is height adjustable allowing nursing homes to tailor the glider to an individual resident’s needs.
The Thera-Glide® Safety Glider is covered in easy to clean, moisture impermeable healthcare grade vinyl ideal for nursing homes and hospital settings. We also offer specialty vinyls and Cryptons to match any Decor. All cushions on the auto locking Thera-Glide® are removable for deep cleaning and every component of this healthcare grade glider/rocker is replaceable. The Thera-Glide’s® steel frame comes with a lifetime warranty.
For a more contemporary look you may like our new contemporary seat back or the Transitional Style Thera-Glide®.
Ideal for Skilled Nursing, Assisted Living, Labor and Delivery, Memory Care, Lactation Room, and Childcare Settings.
“The Thera-Glide rockers are providing our residents with a safe seating option. It also allows them to remain independent with sitting and standing safely. Staff is also able to safely assist those residents who need help and both residents and staff are at a reduced risk for injury.”
-Jay, Administrator, MN