Caregiver Products

Equip Your Elderly Parents with Health and Safety Products that Meet Their Specific Needs

As a responsible caregiver, you know how important choosing the right caregiver products for the specific needs of your elderly parent(s) is.  We provide information and product recommendations to assist you in ensuring quality of life and protection for those in your care. 

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Elderly Bathroom Safety Caregiver Products

Bathroom Safety is very important for Seniors as safety and comfort are the best way to help Mom and Dad stay in their home longer. From transfer benches to raised seats to grab bars and safety mats, each are designed with the thought to help keep Mom and Dad safe from accidents. If needed around your elderly parents home, please buy these and other fine products from our fine Medical Supply Companies.



Comfort Grip Tub Rail - 12044




Invisia Toilet Roll Holder with Grab Bar




Clamp On Tub Rail - 12036






Raised Toilet Frame
with Padded Seat




Raised Toilet Seat - 12013



Bath Safe Raised Toilet Seat with Arms

General Aid Caregiver Products

Simple things such as getting up from a living room chair, gaining balance confidence with the use of a cane, or wheeling around the kitchen in a wheelchair can have a great positive impact for your elderly parents as they strive to remain at home.



Auto HandyBar Car Transfer Aid

Bellavita Auto Bath Lift


Aluminum Folding Canes, Height Adjustable With Gel Grip - RTL10370BK


Quad Canes - 10110A

Tracer Iv Wheelchairs - T424RDAP


Upeasy Power Seat - UPEP100


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