In some situations, people are at risk of falling from their beds either at night or when their bed is raised when someone is caring for them. Cot sides can help reduce this risk significantly. They can be raised when needed and when not, they can be left in the down position so that they don’t interfere with transfers. Padded fabric covers can be supplied to soften the visual impact if required. It is possible to have cot sides on all bespoke Theraposture beds with the exception of the Rotoflex.
As its name suggests, the multi-positional grab handle has been designed to be flexible with changing needs and varying abilities. The actual handle can be repositioned along the entire length of the head section of your bed, ensuring that it remains in the best place for you. It can also be removed altogether as and when required. These grab handles are made from solid steel. They can only be used with metal mechanism beds.
Double combination beds can sometimes present a challenge for carers if they need to help someone from both sides of their bed. The latching device, used in conjunction with separable halves and locking castors, can hold the two enclosures together when needed and allows easy separation to ensure that access to both sides of either half can be achieved. There is a choice of either a brass or nickel finish.
We also provide an extensive range of matching solid oak bedroom furniture such as bedside cabinets, chest of drawers and wardrobes. This brochure only contains a few examples from the collection, for details on the complete range please contact Theraposture.
Repositioning in bed can be very difficult. A lifting pole can be used to offer increased leverage by pulling against the overhead adjustable handle.