As of 2021, over 5 million individuals with disabilities (civilians aged 16 and up) were employed in the US.
After nearly 50 years of touring, Peter Frampton recently announced that he will be calling it quits.
Most adults have struggled to get on or off the toilet at some point, maybe from an injury or just everyday aches and pains – but almost no one talks about it.
Thousands of people rely on power toilet lift technology every day to help them safely and independently use the bathroom. The bathroom isn’t the only place people need help standing up, however.
Nobody wants to think about needing help in the bathroom – especially when it comes to cleaning up after using the bathroom.
There comes a day for everyone when the toilet feels a little lower than it used to … too low, in fact.
Helping someone on and off a toilet is no easy task. Bathroom spaces can be tight and difficult to navigate, especially when trying to lift and move a person’s full weight.
If you have trouble getting up from a seated position, you know too well that each room in the home offers unique challenges.
Caregiving for a loved one is not easy – and it’s not uncommon.