These devices can help people with limited use of their hands and arms or have weak knees or hips due to arthritis to function independently when using the toilet.

Toileting Aids

People with severe arthritis can have a difficult time getting up from a toilet seat. It's something that most people don't think about. Raised toilet seats can help to minimize the problem. The additional height provided by this adaptive aid provides an affordable and obtainable solution.

Having a toilet seat with arms can also provide a solution to the problem. Arthritis sufferers with weak knees, recovering from knee surgery or hip replacement surgery, can use thier arms to help stand from a toilet.
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Foam padding for maximum comfort and helps minimize pressure points.
Specially designed raised toilet seat for users who need an extended hip position due to post-surgical or traumatic injuries, or who have undergone unilateral or bilateral total hip replacement.
Toileting aid the rounded design provides more comfort than other devices.
Allows the ring to be lifted in the same manner as your standard toilet seat lid.
Allows users with arthritis to be more independent in personal care, toileting.
Long handle toileting, personal hygiene aid holds tissue, razor, wipes, sponges.
$53.95 $49.99
Adds an additional 4 inches in length to the Freedom Wand handle.
Soft, flexible head grips any tissue or pre-moistened wipe securely and releases the paper with the push of a button in the easy-to-use handle.
$42.95 $36.95
Helps cleanse private areas, leaving skin refreshed and odor free.
Economy size bottle of easy to use perineal cleanser for personal care and incontinence care.
Toilet seat cushions provide comfort and relief from pressure, will not leak or absorb body fluids.
Provides assistance with independent hygiene for people with arthritis.
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