Transfer Boards and Slide Boards for Seniors and Elderly
Transfer boards are a great solution for those who are unable to stand. These slide boards allow the user to transfer from their wheelchair to bed or to other seating surfaces. The one end of the transfer board goes under the patient and the other end of the board lays on the area where the transfer will finish. The user can slide or scoot across the board themselves or with the help of caregiver, depending on the mobility needs.
Transfer boards are available as straight, smooth boards for unobstructed sliding and also come as curved transfer boards for transferring at different angles, such as getting into a vehicle or other odd angled areas. There are also sliding disc transfer boards called Beasy Boards that include a built in disc that slides across a trac for simple transfers with much less effort needed. Slide boards are available for standard weight users and also as bariatric transfer boards for heavier users.
Sturdy wood transfer board measures 8" wide and includes a one hand-hole cut out for convenient gripping during transfer. The smooth, polished finish facilitate easy transfers to and from wheelchair, bed, chair or commode.
Sturdy wood transfer board measures 8" wide and includes 2 hand-hole cut outs for convenient gripping on either side during transfer. The smooth, polished finish makes transferring to and from wheelchair, bed, chair or commode a breeze.
Durable Wood Bariatric Transfer Board includes 2 cut-outs for easy gripping at either end of the board and is constructed of a smooth, durable 3/4 inch Southern Yellow Pine that is lightweight and easy to use, yet supports bariatric users up to 735 lbs.
Easy Gliding Transfers!
This unique transfer board uses a 360°rotating disc to glide along rails and makes transferring frictionless and as smooth as possible. These "no-lift" transfer boards also reduce the risk of injury to caregivers.
Uniquely shaped with strategically placed cut-outs, this board does not need to be removed during an individual’s toileting routine after he/she transfers to the commode. Striate-sanded for bare skin transfers.