Retractable tubing for home oxygen therapy users. Meant to decrease falls resulting from trips on tubing normally sprawled across the floor. The tube’s natural tension pulls it into a compact spiral when not need, but can be stretched up to 15 feet.
A platform that can be used to determine the weight of a wheelchair user. Simply measure the weight of the person with the wheelchair. Then transfer them to another surface and weigh the wheelchair alone. The difference between the two is the user’s mass.
This is a grab bar that is connected to studs in the wall. It can be flipped up and out of the way or down to be used. Commonly placed near toilets or heads of the bed, where it can be used to support one with getting up into standing.
A rubberized barrier that is used to contain water within a roll in shower. Placed along the entrance, a wheeled shower commode compresses the barrier as it passes over. Afterwards, the barrier resumes its original shape and prevents water from exiting the shower.
A cushion that sits within the bathtub to make lying down more comfortable. This provides the user with a headrest and decreases pain associated with sitting on a hard acrylic or iron tub. Great for seniors that love bathing and soaking in a tub.
Stackable steps that can be made taller or shorter as needed. Great for people that need several stepping points to reach high surfaces like a tall bed mattress, tub transfer bench or medical examination table at the doctor’s office.