Hi all. I'm wondering if any of you has a solution to a recent problem that has cropped up chez Cymbaline. My mum who has Alzheimer's is starting to have trouble sitting up straight(ish) in a chair. When she's sat into a chair she's OK for a while, then she starts sliding down towards the edge of her seat. It's some feat - I tried sliding out of one of sitting room chairs and I couldn't do it because it's covered in that sort of carpety material. When she's in daycare, they put her into a chair that has a seat that's quite low. That works fine but then she needs two people to pull her out and that's not an option because my dad is frequently on his own with my mum. He's raised the issue with the nurse who calls to our house and she's not too sure what to suggest. All she did say is that you're not allowed to strap someone in anymore because some man choked to death.