More safety with alarm systems for disabled people
Alarm systems for disabled people are a valuable aid that brings greater safety to everyday life and relieves the burden on supporting persons.
People with illnesses or disabilities, as well as the elderly, can quickly require emergency assistance, for example after a fall or if an illness suddenly becomes worse. Emergency call systems for people with a disability guarantee that help will come quickly from the emergency services or family members. Those affected can, for example, wear an emergency transmitter around their neck or on their arm. At the press of a button – or even if there is no actuation by the wearer – helpers receive an alarm signal, as well as information about the place from which the alarm was transmitted.
Easy access to every floor with a barrier-free lift
In buildings with several floors, a barrier-free lift is essential to enable people with disabilities to live, work and participate in social activities in an unrestricted way.
A disabled-access lift offers more than just convenience to people with physical disabilities. It is usually essential as a means of accessing higher floors of a building despite physical limitations. Precise requirements are stipulated in the legislation with regard to the construction of public apartments and apartment buildings, which also apply to private building owners as an orientation and as a quality feature.
A barrier-free kitchen offers greater safety and comfort while cooking, baking, eating or washing up. Here, the fittings must be optimally adapted to the individual life situation of the individual living there.
With a barrier-free kitchen, people with disabilities can better handle everyday situations. The opportunities for designing a disabled-access kitchen are as varied as the functional limitations of their users.
For people with functional disabilities, a barrier-free WC and a disabled access shower or bath tub are often essential for autonomous living.
A barrier-free bathroom makes it easier for disabled people and the elderly to maintain personal hygiene. It is also an important prerequisite for being able to continue to live independently within your own four walls for as long as possible. Depending on individual needs, the measures for a disabled access WC or a bathroom with barrier-free fittings for the elderly range from adjustments to furnishings to planning for a completely new bathroom.
Mobile and active in your own home with a stairlift
Stairlifts offer help when steps are an insurmountable obstacle for the elderly, people with a walking disability and wheelchair users. The REHAB provides a comprehensive overview of the products available on the market.
Disabled access lift solutions such as stairlifts make a key contribution to barrier-free living in your own home. Users are less dependent on help from outside, the risk of injury is reduced, and the burden on family members is lessened. Many people with physical disabilities can continue to live for longer in their own four walls and avoid having to move to a new environment or a home.