Mobility bathing, moving & handling solutions

The ability to bathe, shower and use the toilet independently is a big issue when it comes to maintaining dignity and independence.

 

We supply a wide variety of products and accessories to help you carry out essential hygiene tasks safely and in comfort. These include bath and shower seats, raised toilet seats, rails and grab handles, non-slip mats and washing aids.

For less mobile clients, we offer a range of manual and electrically operated commode chairs, plus shower chairs and cradles for independent or assisted showering. If you have a mobility bath in your home, we can provide fixed or mobile hoists to help you get in and out. Mobile hoists and other standing aids can be used elsewhere in the home to help carers with general moving, handling and transfer tasks. 

You can browse our full product range in our Making Life Easier catalogue. Or why not give us a call on 01949 831 444 with your questions?

Bathing

Bathing can often be the biggest task of the day for some of our clients, which is why we stock an extensive range of seats, chairs and stools designed to help while showering.

Moving & Handling

The right hoist or standing aid can offer a truly comfortable lift and transfer to or from beds, chairs or even the floor.

 

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