Jenx Atom

A modular seating system for users 6 months – 5 years

Modern, child centred styling combined with a comprehensive range of support options make Atom the ideal seating system to give children with additional postural needs the right amount of support to develop correct seating posture and function.

Wipe clean covers as standard mean any messy play or other soiling can be easily cleaned; antimicrobial agents in the covers give additional peace of mind when Atom is placed in a multi-user environment.

Recognising that children grow and develop at the quickest rate in their infant years, all support structures are easily adjusted, added or removed. This ensures each child is getting the correct support at any given time and can accommodate changes in their postural needs caused by periods of growth.

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Explore Lucas's inspiring journey with the Jenx Atom Indoor Seat. From challenges to triumphs, see how this innovative solution empowered him and his family.
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Meet Max! He’s a 22-month-old boy from Greater Manchester, UK, who can finally play with his family thanks to specialist Jenx equipment.

Max, was born with cerebral palsy and received an Atom Chair from Jenx shortly after his first birthday.

Atom by Jenx is a seating system designed to give children with additional postural needs the right amount of support in order to develop correct seating posture and maximise function.

The chair enables Max to join family activities with ease – the adjustable height means he can sit up high with his parents or lower it to his sister Mia’s table height.

Max’s dad Simon Said:

“We love the Atom Chair and use it everyday in a variety of ways – the fact it’s on wheels is great. We move him from room to room – so whether we’re dancing in the kitchen or zooming around the living room, Max can join in! It has helped us to join together as a family for important communal activities such as eating and playing, whilst enabling Max to be supported and comfortable. It gives us the freedom as parents to facilitate these daily activities and ensure he gets the most out of them.”

The seating system also aids Max’s development by giving him the ability to engage with sensory play – the big tray allows for a variety of toys big and small, allowing him to comfortably sit and play for up to an hour.

Simon added:

“The chair has really helped Max physically – he has improved weight bearing through his arms on the tray and his foot shape by using the sturdy footrest.

It’s great that we can remove the head rest too, as this has improved his trunk strength and head control.”

Max also uses a Jenx Corner Seat, an ideal first seat for any child with an adjustable back for height and can be used with or without the upper back support. An abduction block us used to help keep the child well positioned, with their hips neatly back into the seat.