Family caregivers are uncelebrated heroes.
Taking care of a loved one with limited mobility means helping them access all areas of the house, sometimes putting themselves at risk of falls and back injuries.
It’s not an easy job, yet they do it with so much love and dedication.
Family caregivers need all the help they can get to make things easier for them and the person they are helping:
Here are 6 products that will make their work considerably easy:
1, Caregiver Doors
The Caregiver Doors are half-sized shower doors that go into a barrier-free shower, so the caregiver can assist from outside the shower and stay relatively dry.
Bi-fold swing doors
The caregiver doors open up to 180 degrees to make it easy for the aged person to get in and out of the shower.
Built-in safety measures
These doors come with latch handles that the assisted person can hold on to in case of accidental falls.
Seal in gasket
It’s located at the bottom and provides a tight barrier that prevents water from spilling out of the shower.
These doors not only help the caregiver stay dry but also provide the assisted person with some privacy.
2, Bidet Seats
The Bidet seats help make the toilet more sanitary and dignified for both people.
Easy to use
you can install them on the existing toilet.
Wash and dry feature
The bidet seat has two wash modes; front and rear, and also have an air dryer.
This feature also eliminates the need to use toilet paper.
This seat has an automatic self-sanitize feature that sterilizes the wash water.
Large remote control
This gives the aged person control of the settings, and they can pick what they are most comfortable with, e.g., heated seat, heated water. Etc.
The bidet seats are available in 2 models; one with an elongated design and the other with a round design.
3, Roll-in Shower Commode Seats
The Roll-in Shower Commode Seats reduce or eliminate heavy lifting and unsafe transferring into the shower.
This makes it easy to transfer the aged person from the toilet to the shower.
They eliminate the bulky aspect of most shower seats.
Variety of options to pick from
There are more than ten different models to choose from.
This eliminates the most challenging aspect of caregiving transfers.
4, Installed Shower Chairs
The installed shower chairs come with a backrest and arms for stability and comfort while in the shower.
They are padded and have smooth edges to enable easy transfers.
Mounted to the wall for a more secure shower seat.
Made of stainless steel
The seat is both strong and resistant to rust.
These chairs come in two colors, blue and gray, and are available in two different models.
5, Grab Bars
The grab bars keep everyone safer and can be installed anywhere they’re needed.
Toilet and full height grab bars
The toilet grab bars can be installed on both sides of the toilet to provide extra help when getting up from the toilet.
The full height grab bars provide supports for all transfers within the home.
you don’t have to compromise style for functionality as they come in sleek designs.
The extensive collection
There are various grab bars to choose from for your showers, bathtubs or toilets.
Grab bars reduce the risk of slips and fall for the aged person while in the bathroom.
6, Portable Showers
Temporary showers are a good solution for recovering from surgery, illness, or visiting family members where they may not have access to a full shower.
the portable showers come fully assembled and can be easily set up anywhere within close range of a sink.
They are a great economical option for caregivers who cannot remodel their shower or toilet to accommodate the needs of an aged person.
A drain hose is used to pump water from the portable shower into the sink.
A suction cup clip is used to keep the hose securely attached to the sink and prevent leaks.