Anti-Slip One Way Slide Surface

Anti-Slip One Way Slide Surface

  • Wheelchair Anti Slip
  • Anti Slip Wheelchair Surface
  • One way slide

Nursing Home residents sitting for long periods often slump and slide into uncomfortable and unsafe sitting positions. The Anti-Slip Surface prevents forward sliding to help stop slumping. Simply place and correctly orient the Anti-Slip Surface overlay on virtually any cushion or sitting surface.

The Anti-Slip Surface ingeniously prevents forward sliding while allowing backward motion to continuously and automatically improve positioning.  The  surface also can help reduce unassisted or unwanted exiting from a chair.

These surfaces are a great complement to the Optimum Positioning Chair, Dyn-Ergo Scoot Chair, and Evolution Mobility Chair but can also be use with almost any seating surface.

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Nursing Home residents sitting for long periods often slump and slide into uncomfortable and unsafe sitting positions. The Anti-Slip Surface prevents forward sliding to help stop slumping and slouching while allowing for backward movement towards a properly supported and safe seated position.  Simply place and correctly orient the Surface overlay on virtually any cushion or sitting surface and allow the patient to sit down directly on the surface.

The Anti-Slip Surface ingeniously prevents forward sliding while allowing backward motion to continuously and automatically improve positioning.  The Anti-Slip Mats also can help reduce unassisted or unwanted exiting from a chair.

These positioning surfaces are a welcome alternative to restraints and sticky surfaces that gunk up furniture.  The surfaces can be machine washed and are easy to keep clean.

One Way Slide Surfaces are available in a wide range of sizes and configurations to meet the needs of healthcare facilities.

These surfaces are a great complement to the Optimum Positioning Chair, Dyn-Ergo Scoot Chair, and Evolution Mobility Chair but can also be use with almost any seating surface like dining chairs or the Utility Stacking Chair.  Having a few on hand is an easy way to help nursing staff with small positioning adjustments.