Hygiene and toileting are one of the most importants aspect of daily living. However those that live with disability or elderly sometimes don't have the strength or time to go to the bathroom for toileting. Or perhaps they are and they just don't have
Hygiene and toileting are one of the most importants aspect of daily living. However those that live with disability or elderly sometimes don't have the strength or time to go to the bathroom for toileting. Or perhaps they are and they just don't have the ability to do it properly due to old age or some form of disability that prevents them from bending down or reaching to their back. Active Mobility strives to improve the wellbeing and quality of life of our customers, we try to match the right product for the right situation.
- Bathing can help you get clean from a long, flexible long handled sponge to a nail/denture brush that can be used for one-handed use to even an inflatable shampoo basin that allows a person's hair to be washed while lying in bed.
- Shower Chairs that has integrated drainage so that patients can sit while taking a shower
- Raised Toilet Seats for those that have trouble sitting down due to the height of the toilets
- Overtoilet Aids help those that are struggling with getting on and off the toilet offering independence for them.
- Mobile Shower Chair & Commodes are just like manual wheelchairs except that they can be used for toileting and showering purposes.
- Bathroom Rails help elderly and people living with disability move around bathrooms by having something to hold on to.
- Transfer Benches that are used, as its name suggests, to transfer patients in and out of baths.
- Bathroom Accessories from shower/bath mats, hand showers and bottom wipers.
- Toilet Surrounds are used on toilets to help patients get up from toilets if they dont' have the strength to do so.
- Bathboards are used when patients need to lie still, it is usually used for transfer purposes.
- Shower Stools are similar to shower chairs, but the majority of them don't have a back attached.
- Bath Seats are mainly used for transfers in and out of baths, but can also be used by patients to clean themselves.
- Shower Seats are usually attached to the wall and can be folded up and down. They are used by patients to sit themselves down and be cleaned.