If you currently have a disability, then chances are daily activities such as getting dressed, preparing meals, or using the bathroom can be quite challenging.
Fortunately, with the help of independent daily living aids, you can maintain your independence and perform your day to day task more easily.
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Daily living aids in the bathroom are designed to help reduce the risk of falls and assist with using the toilet, shower and bathtub safely and independently.
- Shower chairs are great if you struggle to stand for extended periods of time. Some even come with armrests to help you get up from a sitting position.
- Grab Bars greatly reduce the risk of falls and injuries by providing a helping hand when you need to get out of your shower or bathtub.
- Non-Slip Shower Mats are a must have in any bathroom as this is where slips and falls are most likely to occur.
- Raised toilet seats are a great option if you have problems sitting down or getting up from the toilet seat due to problems with arthritis, hip or knee problems.
- Over Toilet Frames also assist with toileting but provide a more stability and support, when getting up from a sitting position.
Non Slip Square Shower Mat
Suction Grab Rail for Bathroom
“Excellent, Product is suitable for me..”
- Malcolm T.|★★★★★
Daily living aids in the bedroom are designed to improve safety and independence in the bedroom especially during night time when visibility is poor.
- Bedside Rails are a great addition to your bedroom if you struggle to get in and out of bed, but also help reduce the risk of falling out of bed at night.
- Bedside Commodes can provide you with the convenience of toileting close to your bed without having to navigate yourself through the hallways in the dark.
- Over Bed Tables provide you with the ability to eat, play or work in the comfort of your bed, and are a great if you are currently bed ridden due to injury.
- Floor to ceiling grabs are also a great option to help you get up from a sitting position, but unlike bedside rails can be installed anywhere in your bedroom.
- Dressing Aids can empower you to put on various clothing without having to strain your body and joints as much.
Bed Rail with Cross Bars 30 Inch
Over Bed Table Adjustable
“Well constructed, easy to assemble, adjustable, useful for use with a rehab chair...”
- Dijino P.|★★★★★
Daily living aids in the kitchen are designed to assist you with preparing and enjoy meals safely and independently:
- Kitchen perching stools can be helpful if you struggle to stand for long periods of time, but still want to be able to easily access the benchtop for preparing meals.
- Step Stools with Handles can help you reach items on the shelves and reduce the risk of falling.
- Food Preparation Aids are great if you have arthritis or joint problems, and need a helping hand opening cans and jars, and cutting meat and vegetables.
Combination Cutting Board and Chefs Knife with Spikes
Perching Stool with Arms and Padded Back
“Quick and efficient delivery. Easy to put together and works perfectly for what I needed in the kitchen.”
- Patricia N.|★★★★★
In conclusion, we highly recommend you consider investing in various daily living aids to make it easier and safer for you to shower, bathe, toilet, cook and sleep. If you need assistance with finding any particular daily living aids, please don't hesitate to contact one of our helpful staff or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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