Hospital Bed – Available in electric or manual, a standard hospital bed offers many positioning options for increased comfort.
Homecare Bed – The homecare bed, with its attractive aesthetics, flexible design, simple operation and easy handling is the ideal choice for community home care. Features wood head and foot boards and an 8 function hand-control. Fits nicely into a home setting with the existing furniture.
Mattresses – Also called support surfaces, this is the part that comes in direct contact with your body. Numerous options are available, including different foams, memory foam, air, and more.
Bed Tables – A bed table is a great addition for someone who spends much of their time lying down. They are height adjustable and can be tilted for easy meals, reading, playing games, and more.
IV Pole – Perfect for administering treatments at home, a wheeled base allows for movement from room to room.
Furniture Risers – Ideal to safely elevate a bed or chair height for anyone who has trouble getting up and down from a low seated position.
Lift Chair – A lift chair looks like your standard recliner, but it’s so much more! Lift chairs raise you to standing and lower you to seated with the push of a button. Most are also available with heat and massage at an additional cost and in a variety of fabrics to match your décor. For more information on lift chairs, click here!
Standing Pole – This is a great option to provide stability for those with enough upper-body strength to pull themselves up to a standing position. Accessories are available to aid in the transfer process. Most common installations of a standing pole are beside the toilet or bed.