An assistive aid used to help clean one’s personal / perianal area after using the toilet. This tool holds tissue at the end of a long pole to extend one’s reach to maintain hygiene after a bowel movement. Great for people with limited range of motion.
A toilet that is taller than most traditional models. Great for people that have difficulty with getting from seated on the toilet into a standing position. Visually appealing and does not look like an assistive aid. Great for seniors.
A toilet seat that latches ontop of the toilet to make it taller by several inches. Great for people that have difficulty getting into standing from low surfaces or those that rely on nearby objects for support. Easily clamps onto most toilets.
A supportive base that is placed underneath the toilet bowl to raise the height of the toilet overall. Great for people that have difficulty getting off low surfaces. Allows for easy clean up of the toilet bowl as it does not connect to the top.
A small stool that wraps around the front of your toilet bowl. By placing one’s feet onto the step stool, your body posture and bowels become more in line with a natural position, thus allowing you to have a bowel movement with less effort.
A non-electric mechanical based bidet that attaches to your toilet. This bidet relies on water pressure and can be controlled using a knob to adjust the water temperature from warm to cold. Great for cleaning after bowel movements.