Mobility Aids

As an in-home caregiver, we often face the challenge of transferring a patient to/from one location to another - safely and comfortably - for both the patient and the caregiver! We provide a list of devices and aids from reputable manufacturers to provide assistance for your daily needs.

Browse through our diverse range of mobility aids like lift chairs, lightweight wheelchairs, rollator walker, wheel travel power scooter and hands free crutch - all specially designed to enable and enhance mobility. Our wide range of transfer aids like the transfer board, aluminium frame transfer bench and transfer belts will assist the caregiver in transferring the patient safely and with minimum stress. Our instant bathroom and household safety bars offer an innovative and cost-effective option to enabling mobility.



    Getting Around

    Wheelchairs Designed to provide mobility and transport assistance with maximum comfort and minimum stress on the user, the caregiver and the people around. / We stock wheelchairs designed to suit every need like transport wheelchairs that range from lightweight & collapsible to heavy-duty durable; the basic wheelchair with features such as variable seat widths, detachable footrests, elevating leg rests, permanent arms or removable arms, full-length arms or desk-length arms; recliners and paediatric wheelchairs for children with special needs.

    Walking Aids Often than not, after injury or illness, you may need help with walking or moving around. You may need mobility devices to help you move around due to surgery, fracture, or a condition that limits your balance and/or weakens or limits the normal use of your limbs. / We have standard canes that provide a little extra support and alleviate pain during movement or the quad cane that offers more stability without the need for the full support of a standard or wheeled walker or a rollator. For those who have no balance issues and have upper body strength, crutches are a good option for getting around while healing takes place.

    Special Needs Mobility devices that cater to individuals, even children, with special needs, allowing them to engage in some of the activities of daily living, indoor or outdoor. / Safe and comfortable adaptive strollers for infants with special needs and as they grow up, paediatric wheelchairs that are lightweight, durable and designed to be refit as the child grows. For the adults who love the outdoors, a full range of electric powered wheelchairs and accessories like detachable baskets, pouches, cup holders, weather protection and gloves to protect your hands.

    Daily Living Aids Fit out the living areas with specialised equipment / Bathroom grab bars and assist bars for steady movement and fall prevention. Lightweight shower gurneys or shower chairs on non-skid feet, made with rust-proof material, reclinable with footrests. Some shower chairs come with mesh pouches for personal items. Install an elevated toilet that can be clamped onto the permanent toilet with grab bars on either side for stability.

    Patient Transfer

    Transfer Belts Transfer the patient safely and with minimum stress on both the patient and the caregiver. / Cotton belts buckled around the patient’s mid-section, making it easier and safer for caregivers to move/assist patients with less risk of injury.

    Transfer Board Transfer the patient safely and with minimum stress on both the patient and the caregiver. / Generally made of wood or PVC, these flat boards help to slide the patient to or from the bed / wheelchair. Since the board supports the patient’s weight, there is less risk of back injury to the caregiver.

    Transfer Mat Transfer the patient safely and with minimum stress on both the patient and the caregiver. / Place the transfer mat, one side under the patent in the original location and the other side in the designated location. Patient is pushed or pulled from the bed or chair to the designated location.

    Transfer Bench Transfer the patient safely and with minimum stress on both the patient and the caregiver. / These are special ‘seats’ that help a patient to get in and out of bath tubs safely. Some come with commode seats for the patient to use the toilet safely. They are generally height-adjustable with a side arm for stability and are equipped with suction or rubber cups on the legs to prevent the bench from slipping. Accessories include padded seats for comfort.

    Mobility at Home

    Fall Prevention Fit out the bathroom, bedroom and areas of activity to ensure that the affected individual is able to move around without fear of falling. / Easily installed handrails and grab bars can be clamped to the side of a tub or wall-mounted. Non-slip mats for fall prevention. Shower benches and commodes. Hand held showers with adjustable hose lengths for patients seated on benches or shower chairs.

    Moving around Designed to provide mobility and transport assistance with maximum comfort and minimum stress on the user, the caregiver and the people around. / We stock wheelchairs designed to suit every need like transport wheelchairs that range from lightweight & collapsible to heavy-duty durable; the basic wheelchair with features such as variable seat widths, detachable footrests, elevating leg rests, permanent arms or removable arms, full-length arms or desk-length arms; recliners and paediatric wheelchairs for children with special needs.

    Daily Living Aids Fit out the living areas with specialised equipment / Bathroom grab bars and assist bars for steady movement and fall prevention. Lightweight shower gurneys or shower chairs on non-skid feet, made with rust-proof material, reclinable with footrests. Some shower chairs come with mesh pouches for personal items. Install an elevated toilet that can be clamped onto the permanent toilet with grab bars on either side for stability.

    Walking Aids Often than not, after injury or illness, you may need help with walking or moving around. You may need mobility devices to help you move around due to surgery, fracture, or a condition that limits your balance and/or weakens or limits the normal use of your limbs. / We have standard canes that provide a little extra support and alleviate pain during movement or the quad cane that offers more stability without the need for the full support of a standard or wheeled walker or a rollator. For those who have no balance issues and have upper body strength, crutches are a good option for getting around while healing takes place.