Chronic Illness can raise all sorts of issues in your day to day life. Not only can your condition leave you with lasting effects, but certain medications can interfere with your productivity, routine, and mental health. Below are some living aids that can assist those who live with Chronic Illness here in the UK.
Not all chronic illnesses are the same, and some affect others in different ways. To speak to someone from our team about living aids for chronic illness, call 0800 652 8533 for free and impartial advice.
Sometimes it may be hard to admit, but incontinence can come along at any age, especially for those living with chronic illness. Our incontinence products ensure that you don’t experience leaks, and aim to give you maximum comfort during a period of incontinence. We also sell items that can protect you overnight, such as our waterproof mattress protector. It’s a tough topic to talk about, but once you find a product that works for you, you’ll feel like a new person.
If you require assistance getting out of bed, or you’re prone to falling out of bed, bedroom aids can help you. As well as this, we can offer you pillows, backrests and other aids that you may need to help support you and your chronic illness. Illnesses such as MS can significantly affect your posture, and can cause aches and pains up and down the spine – support cushions are great for when you’re in a seated position, as they aim to support your lumber.
When it comes to chronic illness, you may find that you need help around the house. Whether this is through home care equipment or pill organizers, you’ll find that we offer some amazing products to suit your everyday needs through chronic illness.
Whether you need assistance getting in and out of the bath, sitting down, or getting out of bed, grab rails can be very helpful for those suffering from the affects of chronic illness. Depending on your symptoms, illness or circumstances, grab rails can really assist in helping you get in and out of the bath, in and out of your house, or up and down the stairs should you need to.