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Grab Bars  (9 Product Groups)
Use grab bars in almost any part of the home or office. Bathroom grab bars make getting in and out of bathtubs easier and safer, helping users navigate slippery surfaces and avoid falls. Made from strong stainless steel and enamel, safety rails provide a sturdy and sensible addition to trouble spots around any area. Read More
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Bathroom grab bars make bath time a breeze

Baths provide a terrific way to relax and unwind while getting clean and washing the day away. Baths can also become slippery when wet, presenting a major danger to anyone but especially to young children and older members of the family or people living with a disability. Installing a tub grab bar can go a long way in preventing accidents. Choose from a range of latex and latex-free rails that come in various lengths to add along the side of a tub. Rubber-lined pads keep bars in place if drilling isn’t an option, and they have the added benefit of being portable -- use them on holidays or take to other people’s homes.

Bathroom aids can prevent injury

As parents or grandparents start to age, slowed mobility leads to poor reflexes. A grab bar helps make using the toilet safer as users can hold onto a gripped rail as they lower themselves onto the seat and lift themselves off. Avoid drilling holes into walls by choosing an adjustable standalone fame. Investing in a raised toilet seat can also make using the toilet easier, adding 5 inches to the height. A raised seat fits onto a toilet with armrests for comfort and help with movement or clamped onto the existing seat. Installing these aids can help prevent or ease injuries and make people’s lives easier.

Make a home or workplace safer

Installing safety rails and handles are a superb way to prevent or reduce accidents in the home or workplace, but they’re not the only additions that can make a real difference to people’s lives. Keeping a stock of medical supplies and equipment can help address several issues.

  • Paper towels and wipes: Offer quick clean-ups and easy disinfecting
  • Support cushions and pillows: These make people more comfortable
  • Wound care: Used to dress scratches, cover cuts and help wounds heal
  • Disposable exam gloves: Make it possible to examine open wounds safely and avoid infection
  • Hot and cold therapy packs: Used to ease muscle and joint strain

Medical supplies including braces and splints and gels will ease pain and reduce the chance of minor problems escalating. Think about what tools will best benefit the home or workplace and those that add value to people’s lives.