A bedrail that is secured to the bed by having a folding board underneath the mattress. This is commonly used by someone who has difficulty getting in or out of their beds, but also by those that have difficulty with weight shifting.
A fairly flat turning disc that someone stands on and can have their body’s turned easily to sit at an adjacent surface or chair. Great for people that are able to stand but need assistance from someone else with turning their body.
This bedrail is adjustable and can shift in position along the bed to allow one to use it for support to get in or out of bed. Also comes with an organization pouch to hold a TV remote, mobile phone, tablet and other items.
A strap that is generally connected to the foot of the bed that one can pull on to go from a lying down position in bed to a sitting up position. Great for those with decreased strength and endurance that have a strong ability to pull.
A special circular band that stretches slightly that a user can hold onto while a caregiver pulls on the opposite end to help propel the user into a standing from a seated position. Great for those with decreased endurance that need help to stand.
A long strap that a leg can be looped into to be help lift it. Great for people that have good upper body strength, but difficulty lifting their lower body into bed. Commonly used after a hip surgery.