Training With Your Team

With research & clinical evidence on the benefit of clinical seating

We will come to your team meeting or venue of choice

During this session we will present the research conducted by Ulster University and Seating Matters. We will provide evidence based solutions for seating people with different physical conditions including scoliosis,kyphosis, pelvic obliquities, fixed and flexible contractures, tight hamstrings and other major causes for concern in seating.

  • Participants will be more aware of the importance of seating and how it can impact a client’s posture, pressure care or function
  • Receive an update on clinical research by Ulster University proving significant results* in the reduction of pressure ulcers
  • Bring along your difficult case studies to consult with the Seating Specialist and identify possible solutions
  • Try the Seating Matters chairs for yourself
  • Free refreshments provided
  • Free CPD Certificate for attendance for Continuing Education
  • Free learning resources including your copy of The Clinician’s Seating Handbook by Martina Tierney OT worth $27.95

*These results should not be interpreted as a predictor or guarantee of future financial or clinical outcomes with different patients. Clinicians and users must employ correct decision making, undertake proper assessments, education, comply with local regulations and ensure correct use of equipment. The resulting report from this randomized control trial shows that the study consisted of 38 participants from 3 nursing home settings, who were randomly assigned to control and intervention groups using computer-generated numbers. The study reported a reduction in pressure ulcers, which has been calculated from the reduction in pressure ulcers/pressure injuries/skin redness in the intervention group. The control group of the study experienced an increase in pressure ulcers during this period. As a pilot study of a specific nature, it was not blinded. The measurement of pressure ulcers was observational and the analysis of the results included various forms, not including statistical analysis. The study has been reviewed and presented at over 30 academic conferences in 3 continents and is pending publication in a respected peer-reviewed journal.
Source: Daly, O., Casey, J., Martin, S., Tierney, M. & McVey, O. (2013) The effectiveness of specialist seating provision for nursing home residents, Ulster University

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