Handicare offers a number of easy and practical devices making an existing toilet, shower or bathroom suitable for a safe and comfortable situation without permanent installations or changes to the bathroom. Handicare bathroom safety range includes a wide selection of shower stools, freestanding, mobile, self-propelling and tilting commode/shower chairs as well as several models of shower trolleys, all of which are available in several variants to meet with various user and caregiver requirements.
Handicare Combi self-propelled commode/shower chair provides a stable and height-adjustable support for less active users with weak legs, low stamina and/or poor balance who sit on the chair for longer periods of time and who require more support and assistance during sit-to-stand and seated transfers.
Handicare commode/shower chair with soft seat is supplied complete with toilet rails and can be used freestanding, with a bedpan or bucket which are available as accessories, or standing over a toilet.
Handicare Heavy Duty commode/shower chair features a compact design with smooth shapes and surfaces providing for easy maintenance and good hygiene. It is made from strong and durable materials which can withstand water and which are easy to keep clean.
Handicare Mobile commode/shower chair is fitted with four plastic castors with a diameter of 4.9", making the chair very easy to move between different locations as well as to maneuver, turn and adjust to different positions in various settings and situations.
Handicare Mobile commode/shower chair with footrests features strong and practical armrests which offer comfortable support for the forearms while sitting and they are long enough to provide sustained support when standing up and sitting down.
Handicare Mobile shower chair textile seat with footrests features strong and practical armrests designed to withstand a lot of load, including the sideways forces that are exerted during sideways transfers.
Handicare Self-propelled commode/shower chair with soft seat features double brakes on each castor ensure that the chair remains in a stable, fixed position when providing care and performing transfers.