A remote controlled electric bed whose headrest and/or feet can angled. The height of the bed can also be lowered or raised. Used by patients with difficulty getting in or out of bed, those that require specific positions and to ease caregiver burden.
A table on wheels that can be moved easily and is height adjustable. Commonly used in the living room or for people that have great difficulty or are unable to get out of bed.
A stationary bedrail that has a pair of metal bars that go underneath the mattress, but also a pair of feet touching the floor for additional support. The rail itself is height adjustable and can be used by someone with difficulty getting in or out of bed.
A rail that is secured between the mattress and boxspring that can be grabbed to help one get in or out of bed. The hand grip is approximately the width of a pillow and should be placed near the head of the bed.
A height adjustable toileting aid that comes with a chute, removable catch pale for waste (urine or feces) and built in arms. It can be used as a toilet at the bedside or placed on top of a low toilet to make getting on and off more easy.
A height adjustable chair with rubber feet to minimize slipping inside a wet bath tub or shower. It is height adjustable and small, so it fits inside most shower stalls and bath tubs. Great for someone that needs to rest frequently during showers.