Care chair

Posted on March 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Wallis Office Furniture has added a “care chair” to its well established 7000 “meeting” range of seating, designed specifically for less able and elderly people. Comfort being the main priority, the “care chair” has a gentle recline to its high contoured back. A padded, wooden footstool is optional and the choices of fabric and wood finish are reflected throughout. Wallis Office Furniture sales and marketing director John Grieves, said the “care chair” was compassionate in design, while able to withstand the rigours of modern living. “It is important that we treat people as individuals and remember that comfortable seating is a requirement for all ages and abilities,” Mr Grieves said. “We anticipate a welcome response from the healthcare and care in the community sectors in particular.” Tel: 020 8500 9991

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