Boy, What I didn’t Know about Home Care Medical Supply

by Jane
(Nashville, TN)

Home Care Medical Supply

Home Care Medical Supply

After my dad had hip surgery, I scheduled a couple of weeks off of work to help Mom take care of him.


I found that one of the most difficult aspects of helping was with getting him into and out of bed, not only physically, but in reducing his discomfort while doing so.

I realized that one of us would end up hurting ourselves, and then checked with our local home care medical supply company to see if they had a mechanical hospital-type bed that we could raise or lower using remote control.

I was amazed at the options they had. Not only did they have a mechanical bed that we could rent on a monthly basis, but I also found a toilet seat riser that would make it much easier for Dad to go to the bathroom without having to rely on so much leg strength.

I found numerous items that make the lives of seniors a lot easier and safer, not to mention more convenient.

While Dad recovered from his surgical procedure, I knew that this kind of equipment and technology could make life easier for those dealing with permanent disabilities, illnesses, and unsteadiness. From canes to specialized wheelchairs, major equipment like mechanical beds and personal lifts, to say that I was impressed is an understatement.

If you need to provide for the care of an elderly loved one, a disabled individual, or someone recuperating from surgery or an accident at home, check out your local home care medical supply store.

Whether you want to rent or buy, you'll have a huge number of options that not only provide enhanced convenience, but safety for both you and your loved ones.

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