Handicare offers solutions and support to increase the independence of disabled or elderly people, and to enable them to live an active life — on their terms — and to facilitate for their care providers and family.
FlexiGrip is a very convenient solution for users who have physical difficulties getting out of bed. Step by step they can gradually pull themselves up from a lying to a sitting position. The action involved also strengthens the stomach and arm muscles of the user.
FlexiGrip can also be used to assist during seated transfers from wheelchairs to beds.
FlexiGrip is made from a soft, soiling resistant material and can lie in bed without being in the way. The device features a loop which makes it very easy to attach to the bed footboard or around a handrail.
With ReadyMove, a caregiver can give a user safe and secure transfer and mobility support using only minimal effort and without unnecessary lifting.
By placing ReadyMove behind the user's back or shoulders, the caregiver can support and help the user to rise or to lie down. With ReadyMove under the user's seat, the caregiver can help the user to turn or move higher up in bed or further back in a chair.
ReadyMove is also an ideal assistive device for transfers between, for example, bed and wheelchair. In these transfer situations, ReadyMove can, to advantage, be used in combination with a sliding board.
Two ergonomically designed handles, one short and one long, on each side, enable a sturdy grip and allow the caregiver to choose the grip that enables the best working stance.
The inside is made of a dirt-resistant, moisture-resistant nylon fabric that does not slide against the body and that is easy to clean.
ReTurn7500i is an easy-to-use and incredibly effective assistive device providing convenient and natural support for sit-to-stand and transfer, but it is also a rehabilitation device. ReTurn7500i enables safe and active sit-to-stand and transfer to or from bed, wheelchair or toilet. ReTurn7500i can also be used to facilitate repositioning farther back in a chair or wheelchair.