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Guidance for taking required measurements:
It is important that the measurements you take are consistent, accurate and clear to us. Be sure the measurements you are providing are that of the client not the existing chair, as they are different. We prefer you to measure the client and then we will discuss with you what seat depth, height and width the client will require.
Use inches or centimetres as is your preference, but again make that clear and if using a fabric tape measure make sure that the measurements are ‘straight line’ rather than being shaped around the client as this will give you a different result.
Check that the client is wearing their usual footwear during measurement. For example, if they normally wear slippers then assessing and measuring them whilst wearing heeled boots would make a big difference to the result and any recommendations.
Measure the width of the bottom in in a seated position so that you take into account any spread. Find the widest part across the hips and measure with a metal tape measure (if using a fabric measure ensure it is held taut)
Ensure that the measurement is taken from the rear most point of the bottom to the crease behind the knee and that the client’s bottom is as far back in the chair as possible.
Measure from the floor to the crease behind the knee. This measurement is critical as it supports the pelvic angle. The thighs should be horizontal to the seat base and at no point should the knees be higher than the pelvis unless the client is in a fixed position. Please make this clear if that is the case.