Seating / JAY / Wheelchair Cushions

Wheelchair Cushions

Designed to stabilise the pelvis, protect the skin and position the body, JAY’s comprehensive range of wheelchair cushions are highly comfortable, lightweight, low maintenance and can accommodate a wide range of mobility seating requirements. Our wheelchair cushions can also be combined with optional positioning pieces (such as lateral thigh supports) to provide personalizable positioning. With so many options available, you're sure to find a JAY wheelchair cushion that suits your individual needs.

Xtreme Active Cushion

Xtreme Active Cushion Wheelchair Cushion

Skin protection for active wheelchair users.

Balance with Cryo® Fluid Technology

Balance with Cryo® Fluid Technology Wheelchair Cushion

Introducing a revolutionary technology designed to keep you cooler.

Lite Cushion

Lite Cushion Wheelchair Cushion

JAY's lightest ever wheelchair cushion.

J3 cushion

J3 cushion Wheelchair Cushion

Designed for the client with complex needs

J2 Cushion

J2 Cushion Wheelchair Cushion

Stability and positioning with skin integrity protection.

J2 DC Cushion

J2 DC Cushion Wheelchair Cushion

Stability and positioning with extreme skin risk

Easy Fluid

Easy Fluid Wheelchair Cushion

Skin integrity with stability

Easy Visco

Easy Visco Wheelchair Cushion

High level comfort and positioning with mild pressure redistribution

Soft Combi P

Soft Combi P Wheelchair Cushion

Comfort and basic Positioning


Balance Wheelchair Cushion

The perfect balance between skin protection and stability.

GS Cushion

GS Cushion

Adjustable wheelchair seating for paediatric clients

Frequently Asked Questions

Occupational therapists are the reference people to assist you and advise you to have a good positioning with the right equipment.

They are numerous. We will note: the postural support and a good alignment of the back structure, the improvement of the pressure distribution, the stability, the comfort and the functionality.

They are many and varied. We will retain the main ones: immobility, pressure, friction on the skin, heat, perspiration, humidity, low nutrition, dehydration, atrophied muscles, aging of the skin ...

Positioning is a clinical process aimed at placing a person with postural disorders in a posture required by means of assistive devices (including a backrest and a cushion). The goal: a better quality of life for people with reduced mobility

A sore is a skin lesion that can reach different stages of gravity. The skin is the first barrier of protection of the body  and prevention is very important

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