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Hospital Beds at Home

If you have a family member who needs extra care, but you want them staying at home instead of in a hospital, an adjustable home care bed may be your best option for comfort and accessibility. Home care beds are easy to assemble in your home and are very versatile, making it easy for your loved one to sit or sleep comfortably. Plus, it has functionalities for you or your homecare nurse to lock out functions for increased safety.

 

Comfort and Safety

There are a variety of home care beds with adjustable heights and varying sizes and electric capability. Adjustable heights allow your loved one to step easily in and out of bed. There are varying side rails on homecare beds that follow the safety standard and help secure your loved one. These beds are compatible with a wide range of pressure redistribution and pressure relieving mattresses.

However, perhaps one of the most important features is the power adjustment features, which allow you to raise the head of the bed, so they are resting slightly upright. This can prevent acid reflux from interrupting sleep and can even help with snoring. Similarly, those who tend to collect fluids in their lower legs can raise the foot of the bed for proper drainage.

 

Health and Happiness

Give your loved one the proper care they need in a home environment, while upholding safety standards to ensure they are getting the best care possible. Home care beds are practical, comfortable, and are designed with the patient’s health and safety in mind.

Lift Chairs

As a person ages, mobility and strength become increasingly difficult. Tasks that were once simple, such as sitting or standing, are now very challenging. Lift chairs provide comfort and mobility to their users, and are designed to avoid falls or unnecessary pressure on joints and muscles. A lift chair’s primary function is to assist a user into a standing position by the simple touch of a button. There are a variety of lift chairs with slightly different levels of functioning, and it is important to consider individual needs when looking at these types of chairs.

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