Adaptive Equipment for Toileting

Adaptive Equipment for Toileting

Cindy discusses adaptive equipment for toileting, which may be helpful to someone who has difficulty cleaning themselves after toileting due to lack of range of motion, pain or injury of the arm or shoulder or recent hip or back surgery.

Freedom Wand Personal Hygiene Aid- this item did ok holding toilet paper, though I wasn’t as satisfied with how it held other items. Check out reviews, there are some complaints of it not holding up well, with others really liking this it.
https://amzn.to/2I3IEkC (affiliate link)

Sammons Preston Toilet Aid Tongs
https://amzn.to/2I6gyFD (affiliate link)

***Check out these related videos for further assistance in the bathroom:

How to Install a Raised Toilet Seat https://youtu.be/qLjNtzQEBiA

How to Install a Bedside Commode Frame Over the Toilet for Extra Support https://youtu.be/0zqSoYDXD0EBt

How to Use a Bath Tub Chair https://youtu.be/ICefLm0-QOM

How to Use A Bath Tub Transfer Bench https://youtu.be/KXCPlrQ682c

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