The Bellavita bath lift is a remarkable product that brings a host of virtues and benefits to individuals with limited mobility or physical disabilities. Designed to enhance safety, comfort, and independence, the Bellavita bath lift has enormously enhanced the bathing experience for countless people since its introduction to the market in Ireland.
One of the greatest virtues of the Bellavita bath lift is its ability to ensure safety while entering and exiting the bathtub. With its sturdy and secure design, the Bellavita eliminates the risk of slips, falls, and accidents, providing peace of mind to both users and their loved ones. It offers stability and support, enabling individuals to enjoy a relaxing bath without fear or anxiety.
Moreover, the Bellavita bath lift promotes independence and autonomy. By providing a gentle and controlled descent into the bathtub, users can maintain their dignity and self-reliance, eliminating the need for assistance from others. This empowers individuals to maintain their personal hygiene routines and regain a sense of control over their daily lives.
The comfort provided by the Bellavita is another notable benefit. Equipped with padded seats and backrests, the Bellavita offers a luxurious and ergonomic bathing experience. Users can recline at their preferred angle, allowing them to unwind, relax their muscles, and enjoy the therapeutic benefits of a warm bath.
The Bellavita bath lift is also versatile and adaptable, catering to a wide range of needs and preferences. It can be easily installed in most standard bathtubs, requiring minimal modifications to the existing bathroom setup. This versatility ensures that individuals can continue using their own bathing facilities without the need for expensive renovations or alternative solutions.
For individuals with limited mobility, the Bellavita bath lift represents a life-changing aid. Its virtues extend beyond safety and accessibility, encompassing independence, comfort, and adaptability. By investing in a Bellavita bath lift, individuals can regain their bathing autonomy, enhance their well-being, and embrace a renewed sense of freedom and confidence in their daily lives.
Date: December 12, 2022|Categories: Mobility Scooter , Bedroom , Bathroom , Daily Living , Riser Recliners , Company News||
Falls can be dangerous, especially for adults with mobility challenges. Here are 10 tips to help you avoid falls at home:
- Keep your home well lit, especially at night. Use night lights in hallways and bathrooms, and consider installing
Date: October 03, 2018||Tags: toilet aids , shower stool , disabled toilet products , bathroom aids , bath lift , aids for the elderly|
Keeping Mum & Dad At Home: Bathroom Aids
A slip or a fall can cause very minor or very serious injuries, depending on the circumstance. They are very common in the bathroom due to baths/showers and spills of water. The older we are or the less mobile we are, can increase the impact they have on our bodies so if there is any chance of us decreasing the chances of them, then we should take the opportunity to do so as they can have a huge influence on our everyday lifestyle, independency, confidence and mental health.
According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) statistics, over 30% of adults over the age of sixty-five, have at least one fall a year due to their own health e.g. muscle weakness, mobility, poor eyesight and balance problems. Although, not all falls results in bodily injuries,
Date: July 02, 2018|Categories: Bathroom , Wheelchairs||
The event saw athletes competing in 13 sports and Motor Activities Training, including Athletics, Aquatics, Badminton, Basketball, Bocce, Bowling, Equestrian, Football, Golf, Gymnastics, Kayaking, Pitch & Putt and Table Tennis.
Over 2,500 volunteers were on hand to judge competitions, guide athletes to various events and provide catering, entertainment, transportation and medical back-up and Beechfield Healthcare was delighted to be a part of the event, supplying all wheelchairs and shower commodes for the competitors of the Special Olympics in DCU & National indoor Arena.
Both athletes and volunteers travelled back to the four corners of Ireland with great memories of this year’s event with President Michael D Higgins praising their attitude and achievements when he said the athletes involved “have refused to be defined or limited, by any narrow stereotypes that might still linger in any corner of our society”, adding that they
Date: January 15, 2018|Categories: Bathroom , Daily Living , Walking Aids||
With the weather to take a turn for the worse this week, everyone, especially the elderly, needs to take extra care. The consequences of a fall are far more serious for the elderly and that’s why they need to take precautions and mind themselves in the bad weather.
Whether it’s the slippy footpath or something hidden by the ice or snow, there is no way of predicting a fall and it can happen suddenly. Sometimes being prepared for the worst can be the only way to prevent these trips and falls. Some of these precautions are things you can do for yourself and others are things you can do around your home.
- In icy weather and conditions, wear sensible, flat shoes with non-slip soles. If you really need to go outside, try to limit the walking you will be doing. (It is so important for elderly people to wear well-fitting shoes every day, not just during the bad weather!)
- Have your eyes tested regularly. Poor
Date: November 23, 2017|Categories: Mobility Scooter , Bedroom , Bathroom , Daily Living , Riser Recliners , Walking Aids||
We are celebrating Black Friday with 15% off online purchases sitewide this Friday 24th and Saturday 25th November.
To start saving enter the code BLACK15 at the checkout. This offer excludes stairlifts and items that are already on sale.
You don’t have to leave the comfort of your own home to make fantastic savings online.
Now is a great time to start thinking about your Christmas list. A mobility or daily living aid is a thoughtful gift for elderly family and friends. Here are some considerate gift ideas that will make you very popular!
Back Bedrest €29.99
Date: October 25, 2017|Categories: Bathroom , Daily Living , Incontinence||
A commode is a mobile toilet, that is suitable for the bedroom and can be moved from one room to another.
Who uses a commode?
Commodes can be a life changing piece of equipment and are perfect for anyone who is bed bound, or recovering from an operation or an accident and needs a toilet solution nearby or downstairs to reduce walking distance. For the larger person, a bariatric version of the product may be more comfortable to use. We have a wide range of bariatric toilet seats, bariatric commodes and bariatric shower commodes. Most of our commodes are height adjustable which makes life easier for the user.
What does a commode look like?
A commode usually looks like a chair and can come with or without wheels. They are available in a range of colours and styles.to suit the users wants and needs. We also have commodes that look like normal wicker chairs for ultimate discretion.
Date: February 02, 2017|Categories: Bedroom , Bathroom , Walking Aids||
Here at Beechfield Healthcare we believe that there are high quality products available to everyone that will make everyday life that bit easier. Likewise, we know that there are many products available to healthcare practitioners that can make their job much safer and minimise risk.
This is especially true for caregivers to bariatric patients. A huge part of bariatric healthcare focuses on reducing the risk of falling, reducing skin maceration and improving limited mobility.
We are delighted to announce that we now stock a large range of bariatric healthcare equipment which have been engineered specifically for patients with a weight capacity of up to 325kg. These products provide comfort and safety to the patient while also maintaining the safety of the caregiver.
Bariatric Walking Aids
A common issue that bariatric patients face when it comes to walking aids is that they do not trust these products to withstand their weight.
Date: September 05, 2016|Categories: Mobility Scooter , Scooter , Bedroom , Bathroom , Daily Living , Incontinence , Powerchairs , Riser Recliners , Walking Aids , Wheelchairs||
There is always an ongoing debate about what is the best pressure cushion on the market. Is there really one cushion that offers the optimum solution for pressure relief for all? In reality such a cushion doesn’t exist. However, at Beechfield Healthcare our state-of-the-art pressure mapping technology now offers you the opportunity find the optimum cushions for your patients.
What is a pressure map?
A pressure map is a computerised tool for assessing pressure distribution. To use it, you first place the thin sensor mat on a seat, wheelchair or mattress. When your patient sits or lies on the mat, a computer screen displays a heat-map of pressure distribution. The hotter colours (oranges and reds) indicate areas of higher pressures, and the cooler colours (blues) indicate areas of lower pressures.
Sample Pressure Map
By testing various cushions and their results on the chair we can help to find the best fit for each of your patients. OTs in particular
Top Ten Bathroom Products
Our wide range of bathroom products offers a solution to almost all of the everyday issues you can find in the bathroom if you have reduced or limited mobility. Fall prevention and the retention of bathroom privacy and independence are key to us all. The following products are our top 10 bathroom sellers.
- Bath, shower and toilet grab rails. One of the keys to bathroom safety is balance. By maintaining your balance, you are less likely to slip or trip and can prevent bad falls. A properly installed grab rail can provide balance assistance exactly where you need it.
- For a walk in shower a shower stool or chair allows users to sit down and bathe with ease.
- For safe bathing in the bath a bath chair or stool can help to make it easier to sit down in the bath.
- A long armed sponge can help with washing if you have reduced mobility.
- A toilet frame has armrest on each side to give you