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Profiling beds have mattress platform sections that can be adjusted to place the user in a position suitable to their needs.
Non profiling beds are flat or can have a two piece mattress platform to allow the backrest to be adjusted
Turning beds turn the user from side to side.
Soft sleep spaces are designed to keep users safe.
Includes examples of armchairs and sofas that are specially designed for an individual’s use.
Includes examples of Chairs that rise and / or recline.
Chair beds reduce the need of transferring from a bed to a chair or vice versa.
Includes accessories that have been designed to prevent a user falling out of bed.
Includes blankets, fleeces and pads for bed and chair use to provide comfort and warmth.
Mattress stops are designed to prevent a mattress sliding down a bed when using a mattress elevator.
Includes Foam cushions that may offer support and or pressure relief.
Air filled cushions that may offer support and pressure relief.
Cushions that have various designs to offer comfort and pressure relief.
Cushions that have been designed to help a user when rising from a chair.
These devices offer back support while the user is in bed.
These supports have been designed to offer support for different parts of the body whilst in bed.
These supports have been designed to support the back and neck whilst sitting in a chair.
These seat cushions have an integral back support that has various fillings, or may just fold.
View advice and guidance about how to look after your personal care.
This section includes equipment that can help with dressing and undressing.
This section includes nightwear that has features that make it easier to put on and take off.
This section includes underwear that has features that make it easier to put on and take off.
This section includes different types of daywear that has features that make it easier to put on and take off.
This section includes outerwear clothing that has features that make it easier to put on and take off.
This section includes, socks, tights, stockings and hold ups that are extra wide, non-elasticated and seamless.
This section includes swimwear that has features that make it easier to put on and take off.
This section contains examples of bespoke footwear
This section contains examples of bespoke footware.
Includes insoles that provide foot support and comfort. Plus elastic and no-tie shoe laces.
Includes joint warmers and joint protectors.
Includes bed / chair wetting alarms.
Includes waterproof / absorbent pads for chairs and beds and blankets for comfort and warmth.
This section includes a range of equipment that may help with most toileting needs.
Includes a selection of commodes, useful for people who have difficulty getting to the toilet in time.
Includes equipment to assist with washing, shaving, applying makeup and hair brushing.
A range of devices that play pre-recorded messages to give reminders.
Easy to use clocks with useful features.
Easy to use wall clocks with useful features.
Easy to use watches with useful features.
Includes equipment to assist with planning and remembering route tasks and activities.
Includes the equipment that comes within a telecare package, also equipment that can be linked to a telecare system.
This section shows examples of the different types of alarm buttons, pendants and pagers that can come with a telecare package.
Auto diallers usually come with a pendant alarm button which, if activated, will trigger the base unit to phone a short sequence of telephone numbers. Please note, these do not replace recommended telecare careline systems.
These systems monitor movement within the home without being too intrusive. A carer or relative can check (without cameras) that someone is safe and well, without being present. They use sensors that are triggered when movement is detected.
The alarms in this section are designed to monitor the movements of a person who is prone to wandering, sounding an alert if they get up from a bed or chair.
These products also known as paging systems, can raise an alarm or trigger a pager within the range of an average house and garden, alerting the carer or relative when needed.
There are many types of alarms and shut off systems that may detect gas, smoke and water, that can help to keep someone safe within the home.
Includes intercom systems and doorbells which flash, vibrate or sound loudly.
These jigsaws have larger than average pieces.
Includes larger format crosswords, word search puzzles and puzzle accessories.
Items that have been designed to encourage hand movement and repetitive actions.
Activities and items to encourage reminiscence.
Bibs and aprons for art.
Includes art tools that are easy to use.
Within this section you will find examples of TV, and video and audio equipment, also accessories that may help with TV and audio access.
View advice and guidance taking medication safely and effectively.
This section shows examples of ways you can label equipment that can assist with daily living and identifying everyday items.
This section incudes fobs that flash or beep in response to a whistle or a button being pressed so to alert when an item has been misplaced or lost.
Includes a variety of products that can help with medication management. Such as pill boxes, storage devices and equipment that can make taking medication easier.
This section contains examples of sockets and plugs with various assistive features which include extensions, plugs with handles and grips and remote controlled sockets. It is always advisable to seek an electrician’s expertise before purchasing any electrical devices.
In this section you find a selection of various types of pick up and reaching equipment, for example long and short handled grabbers.
This section includes signs and aids that can identify areas within the home setting.
This section show examples of ways you can label equipment that can assist with daily living and identifying everyday items.
This section contains alternative solutions for lighting which includes automatic lighting, remote control and wireless light switches and touch lamps.
This section includes examples of alternative radiators, radiator guards and heating remote controls.
Includes devices to help open and close windows, blinds and curtains.
Includes equipment, apps and software designed to reduce the effects of tinnitus
Includes weighing scales with a platform
Includes weighing scales that weigh while the person is seated.
Includes devices for monitoring health.
View advice and guidance about maintaining safety throughout the home with our handy checklist.
View advice and guidance about moving around your home, and what can help.
View advice and guidance about preventing falls around the home and what products may be able to help.
Included in this section are rails that are available in a range of colours, sizes and angles and differ in the weight that they can take. It is advisable to seek professional advice before purchasing any grab rails.
This section includes grab rails that are secured both to the wall and the floor or ceiling They are available in a range of sizes, and the weight they can take. It is advisable to seek professional advice before purchasing any grab rails.
Within this section you will find frames that may provide extra leverage when standing from an armchair, sofa or bed. It is advisable to seek professional advice before purchasing any grab rails.
View advice and guidance about how to maintain your home.
View advice and guidance about funding adaptions and equipment for the home.
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