Introducing the Atlanta 2

The Atlanta 2™ has been clinically designed to provide a robust, durable and safe environment.

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Dementia Care

When assessing patients living with dementia we should consider multi-sensory stimulation, signs of distress and sensory issues. Correct seating reduces the likelihood of falls and sliding, provides proprioceptive feedback, reduces the risk of pressure injuries, high muscle tone and contractures and can improve patient function.

International Research Study

Explore insights from a global survey conducted by Seating Matters amongst clinicians to gain a comprehensive understanding of the utilisation and impact of Seating Matters' clinical and therapeutic seating in non-pharmacological interventions for individuals with living with dementia across diverse care settings.

Preserves Dignity & Sustains Abilities

Patients living with dementia are often characterised as being 'aggressive', 'agitated', and 'challenging'. Understanding what the patient is trying to communicate enables a more holistic and therapeutic approach to care.

A recent international study undertaken by Seating Matters showed Seating Matters chairs have a calming effect on patients with respondent reporting a staggering reduction in agitation and pressure injuries, alongside notable reductions in falls, staff supervision, contractures and muscle tone.


noted a reduction in agitation


noted a decrease in pressure injuries


noted an increase in time out of bed


felt that it improved overall quality of care


reported a huge improvement in engagement in social activites


said they use Seating Matters chairs everyday in their facility

Man smiling in Atlanta chair

Designed to Reduce Falls and Aid Agitation

Seating Matters chairs have been clinically designed to provide postural support for those with degenerative, neurological conditions including dementia. The Seating Matters Atlanta™ and Sorrento™ have both obtained rating 1A accreditation by the DSDC.

How Our Products Can Help

The prescription of correct seating can reduce falls, risk of sliding and agitation, improving quality of life and psychological wellbeing.

Psychological Wellbeing

Psychological Wellbeing

Providing a patient with the ability to sit out of bed can have overwhelming benefits on the patient’s psychological wellbeing, their dignity and confidence.



A safe chair will reduce risk of injury to the person sitting in it or to those in their environment. This could be safety in terms of pressure management, reducing oedema and swelling or a number of other factors.

Tilt in Space

Tilt in Space

Tilt in Space can help people with reduced mobility to achieve a standing position and can also redistribute pressure in the backward
tilt position.

Back Angle Recline

Back Angle Recline

Adjustable back angle recline, which can be altered and locked to the correct position, reduces the likelihood of the patient sliding and falling, allowing for higher level of proprioceptive feedback.

Seating for Dementia Care

View the Seating Matters product range, clinically designed for patients living with dementia.

Next Steps

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The Clinician's Seating Handbook

The Clinician's Seating Handbook

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