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Seating - Easy Transfer Chair

For most people with adequate strength and function, it's much easier to get up from the chair illustrated here than from a sofa or an easy chair, because the body movements needed to do so are much easier on the joints and muscles. Even individuals with Parkinson's, who are rigid or frequently lean forward, can get in and out of a good chair.

If the person is having difficulty getting out of the chair, take a good look at the seating – you may want to get out a measuring tape so you can see where some of the problems may lie.

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