Bedroom Equipment for People with Parkinson's

Bedroom Equipment

People with Parkinson's should keep their bedroom free of clutter to help prevent falls. Keeping shoes and other small objects off the floor, especially at night, can help prevent falls. The bedroom should be large enough to allow access to the bed, closet, dresser, and doors. Removing casters from furniture is also recommended since objects that roll provide unstable hand holds. Special equipment can be used in the bedroom to help increase independence and safety.
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Adjustable blanket support lifts up blankets to protect sensitive feet.
$25.95
Provides help sitting up in bed.
$22.95
Makes transfers from a seated position to a standing position easy!
$198.95
Enables people to get in and out of bed safely.
$99.95
Offers a helping hand to a sitting position in bed.
$79.99 $64.95
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Easily extends in length for full fall protection.
$139.95 $113.95
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Provides dependable support when getting into or out of bed, without stretching or twisting.
$132.95
Helps getting in and out of bed.
$68.95
Portable, folding bed safety rail ideal for travel.
$69.95 $59.95
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Leg extensions provide extra stability for safely standing.
$89.95 $81.95
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Helps prevent falling out of bed and can be used for assistance to sit up in bed.
$99.95 $89.95
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Handrail provides protection and helps falls.
$129.95 $99.95
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