The One Way Slide Nonslip is foot operated which is ideal for an open back chair. The slide enables carers to easily slide someone into the back of an open back chair using the strength of their legs not arms. This Slide is useful for positioning on pressure cushions, repositioning on wheelchairs e..
The One Way Slide Velvet is an Anti-slip device that has been designed to move in one direction only. The Slide has been developed to avoid sliding down the bed, chair, wheelchair etc once in the correct position...
The Handi Turn is a turning disc which is helpful when transferring a patient to or from a wheelchair to a chair, toilet, commode, bed, etc.. The outer turning discs are made from plastic so you can use it in a bathroom. It should not distort if put on a wet floor, but be careful the inside bearings..
The Pelican Soft Transfer Belt is padded for comfort. The inside is a soft velour material. The outside is a nylon material and there is an adjustable buckle fastening which adjusts easily to fit a variety of people. The adjustable buckle allows you to keep it in the middle of the person when fasten..
The Romedic Easy Glide Transfer Board was designed to assist with sitting transfers from wheelchairs to beds, toilets, car seats and many other seating positions. The boards features include integrated handles, rounded corners and smooth-low friction top surface which together make sitting / sliding..
The EasyGlide Oval are used in pairs to facilitate positioning further back in chair. Using EasyGlide, a more active user can push or shuffle himself backwards in the chair, into a correct and comfortable position. The sliding boards are small and convenient, with soft, round shapes and smooth surfa..
The FlexiBelt Hug has been designed with horizontal handles that slide freely in loops to make the belt hug on to the user instead of sliding up during transfer situations. With FlexiBelt Hug, the caregiver can provide even more support without using more effort. ..
The Positioning Slide enables carers to easily slide someone into the back of a chair with an open back using the strength of their legs not arms. It's used when the person is not at risk of sliding forward and doesn't need continuous repositioning. It is particularly useful for correctly positionin..