Junior+ is the latest seating system from Jenx, building on the highly popular Junior system and offering increased comfort. The Junior+ offers highly flexible supportive seating for children from 18 months – 12 years.
An outstanding level of versatility is achieved through a wide variety of head, trunk, leg and foot support options as well as a choice of bases, meaning each Junior+ can be exactly tailored to the needs of any individual child. The contoured seat unit constructed from super-soft polyurethane and memory foam provides unparalleled comfort and the perfect base for true pelvic stability.
Created in conjunction with children, parents, therapists and care staff, the Junior+ has been thoughtfully and carefully designed to meet a wide range of needs – meaning every child can be comfortable and perfectly supported, allowing them to get on with playing and learning.
Adjustable back angle, tilt in space, two piece back and lumbar support, innovation leg control options and choice of coloured covers means the Junior+ really does tick every box for maximum functionality, flexibility and design.
We’re always keen to hear from parents, carers, children, young people and therapists who want to share their story with us! If you, or someone you know has benefitted in a positive way from using equipment from the Jiraffe range, why not get in touch and share your story. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The original Jenx Multigrip™, a unique and pioneering design. Carefully designed to mimic the infinitely adjustable support offered by caring hands. Individual fingers on the Multigrip™ are adjusted to cushion, support and control almost any head position. Highly padded, removable and washable covers make Jenx Multigrip™ head supports a practical solution for almost any child.
Multigrip™ head supports are available in a range of different sizes, all including your choice of highly flexible fixing bracket, giving adjustment for height, depth and angle. Through this combination there is scope to block areas that may otherwise pose a hazard to children prone to getting their heads stuck beneath more conventional headrest designs.