SWIVEL SEAT FOR CAR / SWIVEL CAR SEAT CUSHION
Swivel Seat for Car / Swivel car Seat CUshion
Hospital Direct’s Rota Cushion – an innovative swivel seat for car use – allows you to stay safe during transfers and when getting in and out of vehicles.
Do you or your patient struggle to turn while sitting? If you have limited mobility or are recovering from surgery, you might have found that getting into and out of a tight space, like a car, can be challenging. Our swivel seat for car use solves this problem and helps you regain your independence. You can place the swivel car seat cushion on any of your car seats to make your transfer easier. The non-slip base will stop you from falling as you turn yourself, and the padded cushion will keep you comfy during your travels – perfect for long-term use.
Of course, car seats might not be the only seats to present a challenge if you’re tackling mobility issues. But the Rota Cushion has also been designed to make life easier in the house. You can use the swivel cushion on your dining-room chairs, sofas and bed to make transfers onto and off these easier, too. In short, you can use this lightweight cushion virtually anywhere to regain your independence in and out of the house.
We manufacture the Rota Cushion in our local Shropshire premises, so you can have peace of mind that all your supplies and equipment have been manufactured locally and to the highest standards. For more information about the Rota Cushion, please get in touch with our Technical Team. We will be delighted to help.
NB: If you intend to use the Rota Cushion in the car as a driver, please check with your insurance company first.
Features and Benefits
- Padded cushion ensures user comfort
- Anti-slip base reduces the risk of slips during transfers
- Versatile design allows you to use the cushion on sofas, beds and chairs, as well as in cars
- Washable at 74°C to reduce the risk of infection and uphold cleanliness
- Manufactured in the UK
- Those who otherwise struggle to swivel into a sitting position
- Carers who are helping others to ensure safety during transfers
- Those who need a rehabilitation aid to regain independence
- General wards
- Stroke care
- Occupational therapy
- Social services
- Community nursing
- Home care
- Car transport
- Children’s nursing