NEW Fall Prevention and Barrier Free Product Before the Bells & Alarms

by B Przybylowicz, LPN
(Ohio)

Did you know that sliding down/out from chairs and wheelchairs is a leading cause falls in elders and other susceptible people. Typically, sliding falls are caused by persons with leg weakness and other neurological disorders that interfere with proper seating and/or environmental conditions (sliding off vinyl or plastic coated seats).


SafetyBunns, a new non-slip pant, decrease chances from injury, falling/slip/sliding from any seat. SafetyBunns also decrease injuries to caregivers by reducing workman’s compensation claims and law suits. They also provide warmth and comfort for seniors and those who are disabled.

This new product can end up being the difference between safety and injuries.

Ideal for people with:

• Previous chair/wheelchair falls
• Impaired sitting balance
• Persons with cognitive impairment and/or leg problems (weakness, neurological disorders).
• Stroke, ALS, MS, Parkinson’s disease and other neurological impairments.
• Developmentally disabled adults and children.

Designed to:
• Avoid sliding out of chairs/wheelchairs.
• Provide proper seating position and comfort while promoting safety.
• Prevent use of physical restraints to control chair sliding.
Prevent caregiver/host injury from constantly re-positioning sliding person

Benefits:
• Non-Slip Pant bottom causing immobility between the pants and the seat.
• Nonrestrictive leg bottoms
• Cotton-based for comfort and warmth
• Non-shrinking or stretching with wear and washings
• S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL sizes to accommodate all body types

Falls are not limited to the USA, but global!

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