The Ableware Cane Holder for Walkers and Wheelchairs is a double-clip cane holder that allows users to keep a cane handy wherever they may need it. Simply snap one side of the clip onto any tubular structure such as a table leg, walker, commode, wheelchair, or lawn chair. The opposite side of the clip will hold most diameters of canes. The gripping surfaces are soft plastic rollers and will not damage canes. Holder measures 3 x 2 x 1 3/4 inches. The Ableware Cane Holder comes with a one year limited warranty. Maddak specializes in home healthcare and rehabilitation products for the senior, disability and rehab markets. We have been recognized as the largest manufacturer in the United States of Aids for Daily Living (ADL). Maddak continues to design and manufacture products that increase mobility, maximize independence and enable people to live more rewarding, dignified and enriched lives.
The Drive Medical Shower Chair with Folding Back offers stability, safety and comfort while showering. This lightweight folding bath can be assembled without tools. It features height adjustable legs with non-slip feet and comfortable folding backrest which makes it more compact and transportable. Proposition 65 Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
The new Drive Medical Folding Universal Sliding Transfer Bench offers easy entry into and out of the bathtub. The bench slides left and right along the frame and comes equipped with a seat belt for added safety. Simply place the Drive Medical transfer bench in the shower/bath area and it is ready to use. Durable construction and wipe down cleaning make this device an easy-to-care-for safety piece. The folding transfer bench can help anyone who needs bath support maintain their independence. The chair folds up easily when not in use and requires minimal storage space. The Drive Medical Folding Universal Sliding Transfer Bench provides a lightweight seating solution for all bathing needs.
Bed alarms and sensor pads are the best method of getting an early alert that your patient is trying to get out of bed. Place the pad under your patient's back or buttock area (beneath the fitted sheet). The pad has a cord which runs along the side of the mattress. When the patient starts to sit up, taking their weight off the pad, the pad sends a signal to the bed alarm monitor and the monitor will start to alarm and let you know they need assistance. By having an alarm in the room with the patient, you will not only hear the alert from an adjacent room, but the patient may slow down and wait for you once they hear the alarm sound, giving you valuable time to come to their aid. Manufactured by Smart Caregiver.