Linda owns a Rotoflex 200 bed for one person, finished in a modern beech surround.
Its contemporary looks complement Linda’s spacious bedroom and has been positioned so that access is straightforward to her rollator.
The Rotoflex can be set to rotate either to the left or right-hand side of a bed and provides full supported transfers from a recumbent to fully upright seated position with the use of one button. Once the mechanism has rotated to the side of the bed, the Rotoflex can be vertically lifted so that a safe and stable sit-to-stand transfer is achievable. This vertical lift is absolutely intentional and very important.
It will not tip the user forward like some copies of the Rotoflex. These alternative choices can potentially be unsuitable for those with weight bearing and balance inconsistencies. Being tipped forward where your nose goes beyond your toes means that gravity takes over and you may leave the bed ready or not! When Linda decides to stand she can raise the Rotoflex whilst seated so she is stable and has control of her movement. This is enhanced by the ergonomic side rails.