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How are People on Wheelchairs Supposed to Shower?

By |October 1st, 2018|Categories: Caretaker, Commode chair, Elder Care, Geriatric Care, Home Care, Patient Handling, Shower chair, Wheelchairs|

For most wheelchair users, enjoying a relaxing and refreshing bath tends to become a tedious and challenging activity more often than not. Apart from the loss [...]

Wheelchair casters: Choose the right pair for shower and commode wheelchair

By |June 1st, 2018|Categories: Wheelchairs|

Casters are not just two small wheels in the front but extremely important in allowing the rotation of the wheelchair in all directions. The smooth functioning [...]

3 Things To Consider While Buying A Shower Wheelchair

By |February 1st, 2018|Categories: Bathroom Safety, Commode chair, Patient Handling, Shower chair, Wheelchairs|

Want to take a shower safely while having limited mobility? A shower wheelchair is what you require to take a shower independently and with safety. But [...]

Pressure Sores In Wheelchair Users: Their Care And Prevention

By |October 1st, 2017|Categories: Caretaker, Elder Care, Geriatric Care, Home Care, Patient Handling, Wheelchairs|

Wheelchair users often suffer from the problem of pressure sores. They are caused when the blood supply is cut off from a particular area of the [...]

7 Healthy Living Tips for Wheelchair Users

By |June 1st, 2017|Categories: Caretaker, Elder Care, Geriatric Care, Home Care, Patient Handling, Wheelchairs|

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle as a wheelchair user is equally important as getting a comfortable wheelchair. Here are 7 tips that can help you live [...]

The Missing Link in Wheelchair Accessibility: Roll in Showers & Shower Proof Wheelchairs

By |February 1st, 2017|Categories: Commode chair, Home Care, Patient Handling, Shower chair, Wheelchairs|

Most hotels and public places around the world are not wheelchair friendly for travelling. How can Roll-in Showers & Shower Proof Wheelchairs make a difference? A [...]

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