Available in electric or manual, a standard hospital bed offers many positioning options for increased comfort.
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.
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.
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.
Perfect for administering treatments at home, a wheeled base allows for movement from room to room.
Ideal to safely elevate a bed or chair height for anyone who has trouble getting up and down from a low seated position.
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!
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.