To/From the Toilet with maximum integrity
Lifting severely disabled people to and from the toilet while simultaneously being able to take off their clothes requires thought-through slings which provide maximum access around the body without compromising safety.
For this common situation there are many products in our assortment.
Overhead lifts are normally the very best solution for lifting inside bathrooms, which often are very narrow. With Likorall R2R, you can easily move the patient between two overhead lifts in different rooms. Thus, it will not be necessary to have a rail connection into the bathroom. Read more about our overhead lifts »
Among our mobile lifts, the Viking S, Viking M and Uno 100/102, for instance, are suitable choices if the bathroom area is small. Golvo with its built-in armrests can be very suitable for a patient who wants to feel active and support himself with the armrests. Read more about our mobile lifts »
The sit-to-stand lift Sabina is intended for patients who can bear weight by themselves, but who may have problems standing up or walking. With Sabina, the patient can be raised from the bed, for example, and then be transported into the bathroom and lowered onto the toilet, quickly and smoothly. Read more »
RollOn is a manual raising support whose function resembles that of the sit-to-stand lift Sabina but is intended for even more active patients who, with limited help, can stand up by themselves. In RollOn, the unsteady patient stands securely and safely during the transfer into the bathroom. Read more »
Slings and Sit-to-Stand Vests
In principle, most of our slings can be used in these situations – the one you choose depends on the patient's needs and abilities.
- Our smart Sling Guide helps you to find the right sling for your needs. Read more »