New design for legrest on Monaco & Atlanta from Seating Matters Huntington’s & dementia chairs.

Seating Matters are continually improving the products we provide to adults and children with disabilities. Our Atlanta chair has been designed for those with Huntington's disease, dementia, Alzheimer's and those with involuntary movements or a risk of falls. The Monaco is designed for those who need postural support, pressure management and aid in standing. In our work with Occupational Therapists, nurses, physios and care givers in long term care facilities and hospitals, we are always gaining valuable insights and feedback on how to improve our products. This new legrest has been designed as a direct result of that work. It's now stronger, lighter, easier to use, more functional, more adjustable and a more stylish design than ever before, while maintaining the exact same cost. For more information, contact us at

Seating Matters are changing the world through healthcare seating.

At Seating Matters we design and manufacture leading, therapeutic seating for adults and children.

They were designed by Martina Tierney, an Occupational Therapist with 30 years experience in seating patients and has educated therapists all over the world on seating, positioning and pressure management.

Martina published The Clinician’s Seating Handbook as a way to get this clinical knowledge into the hands of every person working with seating.

The Clinician’s Seating Handbook is a reference guide for clinical seating provision and it walks you through the main aspects of seating from theory and case studies to a step-by-step guide to assessments. It is packed full of useful images, diagrams and descriptions of the main postural challenges experienced in seating, the basics to pressure ulcers and pressure ulcer prevention.

This handbook is respected globally as the ultimate guide on seating, it is used in university education worldwide and is a useful tool to refresh your knowledge for clinical practice.

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