The Support Station brings dignity and convenience to hygiene care for people with disabilities. In addition to hygiene, it can also be used to aid any sit-to-stand transfer.
With the Support Station, even partially weight-bearing individuals can receive hygiene care in an upright position. This makes the process more dignified, improving access to clothing and skin and eliminating heavy lifting on the part of the caregiver.
An innovation in toileting, the Support Station enables toilet transfers for people with physical disabilities. In consultation with therapists, Rifton designed it to allow clients to assist in their own personal hygiene, providing them greater dignity and independence. At the same time, the Support Station provides benefits to staff by reducing staff injury due to heavy lifting and difficult transfers.
The Rifton Pacer is the most versatile, adaptable and durable gait trainer on the market today.
The Kiwi Bath Lift is a helpful frame for the functional positioning and support of physically challenged children while being bathed.
Handicare’s patented ReTurnBelt is an excellent complement to ReTurn when there is a need for greater support and stability. ReTurnBelt can also be used separately, for support during sit-to-stand and to stabilize the user in an upright position, for example, during standing training, gait training and transfer.
In Rifton supine standing frames clients can stand at eye level with their peers. Adjustable supports on the standing aid allow for functional alignment with the client’s arms free for activities.