At Complete Care Shop, we have a wide variety of transfer aids that are useful for a number of locations around your home. Whether it’s to get up out of bed, out of the bath or to transfer from one surface to another, we have it in stock. Our stand aids are ideal for giving you a stable base to stand up off the couch or bed and can be used with or without the help of a carer.
If you require the use of a wheelchair or a mobility scooter, a sliding transfer aid from Complete Care Shop can make your life a little easier. Moving from the couch to your wheelchair can be a challenge, but with a transfer aid that holds your body weight and features non slip gripping, you can securely and comfortably slide into place. We have a wide range of designs in stock for you to choose from.
We have a team of Occupational Therapists who have tried and tested our transfer aids and are proud to give them the OT Recommended seal of approval. So, when browsing our range of stand aids, patient turners and transfer boards, keep an eye out for the green badge!
At Complete Care Shop, we’re determined to help and support you towards increased independence every day. With an excellent rating on Trustpilot, it’s clear that we’re a reliable supplier of high-quality transfer aids for the elderly and disabled. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact our Expert Advice Service for help.
Frequently asked questions about transfer aids
Transfer aids are devices designed to help people with restricted mobility move between different surfaces, such as beds, chairs, wheelchairs, and toilets. These aids provide support and assistance during transfers, reducing the risk of falls and injuries. They can include items like transfer boards, sliding sheets, and patient turners, all of which aim to make transferring easier and safer for both the individual and the carers.
Transfer aids are beneficial for individuals who face challenges in moving, standing, or transferring due to conditions like muscle weakness, paralysis, or post-operative recovery. These aids are particularly helpful for the elderly, individuals with disabilities, or those recovering from injuries or surgeries. Carers and healthcare professionals also find transfer aids useful in providing effective and safe assistance during transfers, minimizing physical strain and enhancing overall well-being.
When selecting a transfer aid, consider the aid's type, user's needs, surface compatibility, weight capacity, ease of use, portability, hygiene, and guidance from healthcare professionals. These aspects ensure a suitable transfer aid choice that facilitates safe and efficient transfers for users and carers.