Oftentimes, older people have a hard time getting in and out of bed. This could be due to many factors, including various health problems that are prevalent with old age. Seniors are also more likely to fall when getting in or out of bed, which can lead to serious injuries or even death if everything goes wrong. This is why bed assist devices are an important tool for seniors.
In this blog post, we will discuss some of the bed assist devices we carry as well as how these bed assist devices can help the elderly in their daily lives! Here are our best tips about our bed assist devices.
Bed assist devices
Bed safety rail
If you are worried about falling out of your bed as you are sleeping at night, look no further than our bed safety rail. In fact, we have three different kinds of bed safety rails for you to choose from: the bed safety rail, the rail with a padded pouch, and the EZ Adjust Bed Rail.
The original safety rail and the rail with the padded pouch are very similar, with one having a storage pouch included. Both of these safety rails will help you stay in your bed at night and keep you confident that you are safe. As for the EZ Adjust Bed Rail, it has the ability to extend from 26 inches to 42 inches which gives you more fall protection. Even if you do not have an adjustable bed, you are still able to use our bed safety rails with your traditional bed!
As you are looking for a bed assist device that can help you out with the aid of another person, consider purchasing our Handy Handle. The Handy Handle is one of our best bed assist devices because it is portable, comfortable, and ergonomic. The Handy Handle is best used as assistance for an older person to stand up with the help of another person. It will allow you to grip tightly and stand up in a matter of seconds. Our Handy Handle comes in a variety of fashionable colors, so be sure to consider it for your bed assist device needs!
The last bed assist device we are going to talk about today is the security pole. For this product, we have two different options that you can purchase. We have the traditional security pole and the security pole with a curved grab bar, which both serve different purposes. The best thing about the security pole is that it can help transfer you from your toilet, shower, chair, or bed to a walking position. Both models of this product come with a padded handle, modern design, and adjustable features. The security pole is conveniently sized and not bulky, so you do not have to worry about a huge product taking up a lot of space as you are moving around your home.
How bed assist devices help
They give you extra support
Our bed assist devices provide you with extra support when standing up, moving around, or just relaxing. This is a great option for someone who has trouble gripping onto things or needs assistance during the day. Bed assist devices can be used in bed, on a chair, and any other place that they need some help to stand up from sitting down. These are not only helpful if you need to use the bathroom, but bed assist devices are also great for those that have difficulty with walking and other mobility issues. If you are living alone, we recommend bed assist devices because the support they provide is invaluable.
They make it easier to get in and out of bed
Bed assist devices are great for getting in and out of bed because they provide a firm grip that is especially helpful if you have arthritis or any other mobility issue. This will also save your partner from having to do everything for you, which can be problematic when they’re trying to work on the computer or take care of their responsibilities. Overall, our devices do their job of helping you get in and out of bed very well and their impact should not be understated.
They are easy to use
Bed assist devices are simple and easy to use, which is an important factor for bedridden patients who may not have much energy left. They also offer a great solution because they are affordable and worth the money required to purchase them. Our devices are straightforward and easy for anyone to understand, which will make a good impact on the life of an older person who has trouble getting in and out of bed.