News posts for 'December 2018'

Thursday, July 14, 2022
What Does Bariatric Mean? The term bariatric is used to describe the branch of medicine that deals with and treats obesity. Quality of life for bariatric patients can be greatly improved through the use of specialised furniture and support surfaces, such as bariatric recliner chairs.   What Makes Furniture Classified As Bariatric? In terms of furniture, bariatric furniture relates to pieces such as recliner chairs, patient chairs, and mattresses that are suitable for heavier people. Bariatric furniture is usually designed to withstand a much heavier maximum weight, therefore they are more comfortable for overweight people than regular furniture. They also consider different issues that heavier people face, such as lower mobil

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Monday, December 3, 2018
Our mobility declines as we get older, and whether you or your loved ones live at home or in a care home, good seating becomes vitally important for good health. As sitting becomes a larger part of li ...Read More?

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What makes a care home outstanding?

What makes a care home outstanding? The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent regulator of health and social care in England. They inspect and rate care homes on a scale of Outstanding, Go ...Read More?

Posted on 04 Sep

How rails for beds improve sleep for the elderly

How rails for beds improve sleep for the elderly As a care provider, you know that ensuring the safety and comfort of your elderly patient is essential. Bed rails are a helpful tool for improving sle ...Read More?