Bed Rails for Adults - Fall Safety and Prevention for Seniors
Bed Rails can be added to most home or hospital beds and are a perfect way to achieve peace of mind in fall safety and prevention for seniors and the elderly. There are a large variety of bed railings available for adults, depending on your needs. If falling out of bed or trying to keep a loved on in the bed are concerns, then the longer bed rails would be appropriate. There are double sided bed rails, one for each side of the bed or single side bed rails, which are used for only one side of the bed. You can always purchase 2 single rails for each side of the bed if you like a particular model that is only available as a single rail.
A hand bed rail is a more simple type of bed safety rail that's main purpose is for assistance with getting into and out of the bed. These types of rails attach under the bed frame (between the mattress and box spring) to provide a secure handhold for a person that requires more stability when entering and exiting the bed.
When traditional bed rails are not an option, this bedside support device is the perfect choice. This tension mounted floor to ceiling pole features a handy Curved Grab Bar that includes 4 different gripping levels and pivots and locks every 45 degrees.
Height adjustable Bed handle adjusts from 17" to 21" to accommodate thicker top mattresses and includes a soft, foam handle for a comfortable grip. Installs easily by sliding frame between the mattress and box spring and securing with included safety strap.
Height adjustable Bed Handle includes a convenient pocket pouch and soft foam handle that adjusts in height from 17" to 21" to accommodate thicker top mattresses. Installs easily by sliding frame between the mattress and box spring and securing with included safety strap.
These Home Style Bed Rails are designed for use on standard home beds (twin through CA king). These rails provide security and safety and can be easily raised and lowered by the caregiver with just the pull of a button.
The PT BedCane makes it easy to sit up, and get in-and-out of bed. It’s great for those who have back pain, recovering from surgery, or simply just need a little extra support while getting in-and-out of bed.