6 Things to Consider When Selecting the Right Home Care

Everyone wants to be part of the continued medical treatment of their loved ones. This is especially true of the elderly. Helping to make those choices is not just a responsibility, it is a privilege. A home care (not to be confused with a personal care home) is something that can come as a choice in two ways. Either the patient was at a hospital and is being moved home or the patient is already at home and needs more care. Either way, there are some things that need to be considered when selecting a care home for you loved…

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Quick Guide To The Aquila Bath Lift

The Aquila Bathlift is the Rolls Royce of bathlifts and provides practicality with style for use in your bathroom. The Aquila reclines at the touch of a button and can easily be set in the most comfortable position for the user. The Aquila is manufactured in a stylish white that can fit in with any bathroom interior and is particularly useful for users whose conditions may benefit from reclining in the bath. The Aquila bath lift is easy to set up and fits in the majority of baths with ease. Weighing under 10kg the Aquila is strong and sturdy and…

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Useful Site: lensaunders.com

We recently had an article published on the Len Saunders website. This is a great website in terms of useful information and resources on health, nutrition, fitness and wellness. Our article can be found here: http://www.lensaunders.com/wp/how-to-prevent-harm-to-the-elderly-in-your-house/

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3 Helpful Disability Aids for Getting In and Out Of Bed

A good night’s sleep is important at any age to help repair and boost our bodies’ energy levels. However, as we become older it can become more difficult to move in and out of our beds due to muscle loss. As a result of this, we have created our top three helpful bedroom disability aids to help you achieve the perfect nights rest. Grab Handles Grab handles are a handy and helpful disability aid to have all around the home, but more so in the bedroom. Getting in and out of bed can prove tricky, however a grab handles can…

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Quick Guide To The Archimedes Bath Lift

The Archimedes Bath Lift is very smart in design as well as being rigid and safe for bathing. This bath lift is the perfect solution for those people who have problems and difficulty in getting in and out of the bath. This is a very attractive portable lightweight lift weighing only 22lbs including the actuator and can take a user weight of up to 150kg (24 stone). This bath lift promotes independent living and the full waterproof hand control can lower and lift you comfortably in the bath by providing a structured support. There is no chance of getting stuck…

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Three Helpful Elderly and Disabled Aids for the Bathroom

When living with health or physical restrictions in your life, the last thing you want is to feel different. Elderly or disabled, you want your own privacy and independence when bathing. As a result of this, there are thousands of people in the UK who are now opting for bathroom aids that are created especially to fit in with your current bathroom. Therefore, we have created a list of three helpful bathroom aids to help you with your daily bathing routine. Bath Lifts A bath lift is a great way to assist people disabled or elderly people when getting in…

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Manage At Home to exhibit at Occupational Therapist Conference

Manage At Home are excited to announce that we will be exhibiting at the 37th Annual Conference and Exhibition from the College of Occupational Therapists. The event, which is expected to attract up to 1,000 participants, will include occupational therapy practitioners, managers, students, and specialists in areas such as mental health and working with the elderly. With a large range of both participants and visitors expected to be at the show, Manage At Home were eager to get involved and are looking forward to welcoming this audience alongside the organisers of the event, the British Association and College of Occupational…

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Choosing Mobility Scooter Insurance

Mobility scooter insurance is not compulsory in the UK, although the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) strongly recommends drivers take out cover to protect themselves against accidents and injuries and to support them in the event of a breakdown. This guide aims to offer information for scooter drivers to ensure they are adequately covered. What types of scooters are there? There are three recognised classes of scooter. Class 1 scooters are essentially self-powered wheelchairs. Class 2 devices are powered wheelchairs and scooters. They are used for footpaths, incorporate braking and light systems and travel up to four miles per…

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Quick Guide To The Budget Steel Triwalker

The Triwalker is packed with everything the user will need to get them out and about with ease. The Triwalker comes equipped with a massive selection of features usually found on top end expensive rollator models. The handle height is adjustable making it simple to maneuver for both tall and shorter users. The tyres are easy rolling balloon tyres which are suitable for most surfaces or off road. The Triwalker features a handy bag for both storage and groceries as well as brakes for using when walking down hills for safety. The Triwalker is made from sturdy steel for longevity,…

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Quick Guide To The Inflatable Bathing Cushion

The latest addition to our range of inflatable bath lifts is the Bathing Cushion, a nylon coated polyurethane cushion which does not require installation. It is highly durable but exceptionally light and portable at only 2kg (4.4lbs). Because the Bathing Cushion does not need to be installed it can be used in any bath and can be easily tidied away or transported in a small holdall when visiting relatives or travelling on holiday. The bath lift is powered by a very quiet battery powered Airflo Compressor which has a level indicator, normal or high flow option. The unit is simple…

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