Protac Sensit® - Standard Model
Protac Sensit® - Standard Model
£1299.00 Ex VAT | £1558.80 Inc VAT
Protac Sensit® & Protac Sensit® Pouffe/Stool
The Protac SenSit Seating healthcare solution is a very comfortable sensory-stimulating chair that provides a sense of security and calm and increased levels of concentration among users. Adults, the elderly and children suffering from mental and physical restlessness can benefit from Protac SenSit.
The chair is filled with Protac balls in the seat and back and in the special neck and side wings. These wings can be placed around the body as required, enveloping and calming the user. Also available is an optional leg rest – the Protac Sensit seating Pouffe.
It has countless applications, and can be found in care homes, hospitals, hospices, charities, special schools, psychiatric departments, waiting rooms, sensory rooms, treatment and therapy rooms as well as in people’s households.
Protac SenSit® and Protac SenSit® Pouffe/Stool are sold separately. Protac SenSit® can be used by itself without Protac SenSit® Puff but we do recommend to use the two products together for the best sensory integrating effect.
Protac SenSit® Pouffe/Stool
Sense-stimulating pouffe for children and adults with mental and physical unrest.
Can be used as a foot rest with Protac SenSit® chairs or as a chair on its own. The upper layer of the pouffe is a pocket of loose plastic balls which stimulate the sensory system, while also making the pouffe comfortable to sit on/rest your legs and feet on.
Relaxation and comfort
Paired with one of the Protac SenSit® chairs, the pouffe can be used as a foot rest for the user to prop their legs up for extra relaxation and comfort. At the same time, this offers extra stimulation to the sensory system through the feet and legs.
Focus and concentration in school
Because the stimulation from the balls alleviates mental and physical unrest, the pouffe is also recommended for sitting on, e.g. as a chair for small children in kindergartens and at school.
Design and size
The Protac SenSit® Pouffe is available in eight modern and practical colours that also match the Protac SenSit® chairs. The puff is around 40 cm high.
The Protac SenSit® Pouffe can be used by all age groups to relieve mental and physical unrest. It is well-suited as a chair for children and young people.
Protac SenSit seating can be used:
- With adults suffering from mental and physical restlessness.
- In psychiatric departments and day care facilities for adults with developmental disorders providing a ‘safe refuge’ in communal areas for patients and users who find it difficult to be surrounded by lots of people.
- In pre-school and school environments as a time-out for children during a busy school day.
- With restless children, as the chair helps them to concentrate when doing their homework.
- For ordinary relaxation when the user is watching TV or sitting with a computer.
- Available in 6 colours. The Aqua Blue and Lime Green are ready for short term delivery, depending on the quantities involved. The other 4 colours are available, but there will be a slightly longer lead in time.
- Adults, the elderly, children and youths
- Individuals with ADHD and autism can use the Protac SenSit® chair as a ‘contained space’ where the user is surrounded by the balls and receive the sensory stimuli needed to ensure calm and a sense of security. The chair can be used to eliminate sensory impressions so that the user can concentrate on school homework for example.
- Individuals with mental illness often suffer from motor and mental restlessness. The chair can be used as a ‘safe place’ to ensure calm and a sense of security for the user. The weight and pressure of the balls also leads to better body awareness and improved well-being.
- Those with for example developmental disorders, sensory disruption and deaf-blindness in order to increase the body’s sensory stimuli.
- People with stress to ensure calm and a sense of security as well as better body awareness.
- Care homes, hospitals, hospices, charities, schools and special schools, psychiatric departments, waiting rooms, sensory rooms, treatment and therapy rooms as well as in people’s homes.
A range of medical conditions:
- Brain Damage
- Cerebral Palsy
- Chronic Pain
- Deafness and/or Blindness
- Development Disorders
- Huntington’s Chorea
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Neurological Disorders
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Psychiatric Disorders
- Sensory Disturbances
- Sensory Processing Disorder
- Sleep Disorders
- Tourette’s Syndrome