The client has a profiling bed. The tallest bed lever/rail available has been fitted by the NHS. This is still not high enough. An extension piece was made to clip to the existing rail with additional stiffening.
An elderly man was finding it difficult to access the family shower because of the 200mm step. A 100mm commercial step had been provided by the Occupational Therapist in order to present two smaller stages but the lack of handholds still made it difficult.
This project was simply a low step with handrails both sides. It provided more security and the possibility to help the ascent with the arms as well as legs.
Standard bed rails will not fit a profiling bed without interfering with the mechanism. A standard rail was adapted to allow it to be clamped directly to the mattress support frame while maintaining the bed’s functions..
Parallel bars to assist a child with mobility issues.
The client requires a step with an integrated hand rail to enable them to get out of the shower. This was constructed from wood.
A two way stair gate latch was required
Robust parallel bars for physio / exercise, made bars from stainless steel tube, so that they won’t break (as the previous wooden ones had).
Conversion of an adult treadmill for a 4 year old child. The side rails provide handholds, and the front bar stops him from either tripping on the frame or knocking his head on the control panel. The frame is height adjustable to allow for growth.
The Client , a lady, had lost both hands and feet due to sepsis. A stairlift had been installed in her house but there were two small steps to be negotiated dor which she required assistance.
A handrail for a listed building which attaches securely and does not modify the existing structure.
New rail Side view Rail and feet One of two feet added To suit the changing condition of the client, the arm rest used during the client’s transition from wheelchair to armchair (made under job BK2017/42C) was modified. The electric raiser chair was too unstable for the new rail to be fixed, as the locking […]
The client required an indoor stair handrail in an awkward location, and the suggested Magic Rail was unsuitable. A bespoke angled rail was made and fitted.
A 3-year-old child with cerebral palsy is unable to walk unaided. To promote her independence, her mother wishes her to be able to use the wash basin with minimal assistance. She had already bought wooden steps and needed side rails for safety. Height adjustable tubular steel rails were fitted.
The client’s spinal problem made it difficult to get up from a sitting position at his desk. A ladder-type stand was made that allows him to pull himself up. For stability, it is bolted to the desk. The client is very happy with it and thinks it looks like a piece of Ercol furniture. The […]
Standing frame in use Frame folded The client is unable to stand on his own and spends most of his time either in a wheelchair or on a low stool while at school. A simple folding frame was provided with two rails at different heights. The lower rail allows him to pull himself into a […]
The client has difficulty in rising from her sofa and did not want her sofa to be modified in any way. A padded arm rest was constructed which slips under the sofa front and allows the client to use both arms when rising. Bristol Remap case number 5\14-02