Wheelchair Transfer Board for Hospitals, Aged Cares or At home
Do you have difficulty transferring your patients, loved ones or any individual to and from their wheelchair?
Is it difficult for you to carry your loved one from different rooms, furniture or from their wheelchair to a regular chair, bed or lounge?
Well we can provide you with the highest quality disability equipment at the lowest prices.
We have a Wheelchair Transfer Board that will make a huge difference to your livelihood as it makes it simple and easy to transfer your loved ones over.
What types of scenarios with the Wheelchair Transfer Board be useful in?
Clients can use this product:
- To get from the wheelchair to Car Seat and back
- To get from the wheelchair to furniture and back
- To be transferred from an electric hospital bed to a chair and back
- Easy, safe and secure transfer makes this transfer board the first choice between caregivers and users. This board is used to help people move easily and safely from a wheelchair, bed, chair, sofa, toilet, or other sitting position, while minimising fatigue or injury to users and caregivers.
- Function-Adapter plate is used to help transfer patients from toilet, wheelchair, chair or bed. As an assistive device, it helps individuals move from one location to another, preventing falls and slipping.
- Rugged adapter plate, easy to slide, maximum load 200kg, safe for use in hospital.
- Made of high-resistance resin material, the adapter plate can easily transfer patients from wheelchair to car seat, toilet, bed or bathroom.
- Ideal daily life equipment for the elderly, disabled and individuals with reduced mobility or limited range of activities.
- size: 80cm
- weight: 1.7kg
The transfer board is specially designed for the elderly, the disabled, the paralysed and the wheelchair. It assists them in bathing, toileting, transposition, fitness, exercise, riding a car, traveling, getting in and out of bed, etc.
- Dimensions: 800*210
- Weight: 1.5kg
- Material: High toughness resin
- Individuals with a range of different conditions affecting their lower limb mobility can use this wheelchair transfer board to get into the wheelchair and out of the wheelchair
- spinal cord injury
- stroke rehabilitation
- Hip reconstruction surgery
- Hip replacement
- Knee replacement
Contact us the Registered NDIS Disability Equipment providers for any other enquiries or a free quote today!
Frequently Asked Questions:
1- What is a transfer board used for?
A transfer board is a piece of equipment that helps you transfer (move) from one surface to another; for example, from bed to chair, or from wheelchair to toilet. The boards come in a variety of shapes, colours and sizes.
2- How do you use a transfer board?
To move across the board, unweight your body by pushing up with your arms. Next, carefully move your body toward the second surface and lower it back onto the board. Repeat, using several short movements instead of one long movement. As you transfer, lean your head and shoulders in the opposite direction of the move.
3- What is Patient Transfer Board?
Slide Boards, also known as Transfer Boards, are used to optimise safety when transferring people from one surface to another. Used correctly, they can reduce the strain on carers and patients, and avoid much of the lifting otherwise involved in transfers.
4- How do you use a toilet transfer board?
- Have the Right Seat
In your own home, installing an elevated toilet seat is recommended. This will make it much easier for you to transfer from your wheelchair to the toilet as the toilet seat will be at the same level as your wheelchair seat. These seats are available with or without arm supports, and personal preference will determine which design is best for each individual.
- Lock the Wheels & Move Footrests
As in any transfer, it’s essential that you lock the wheels on your wheelchair before beginning. This will provide the most stability for you to manoeuvre and will ensure that your chair does not begin to roll away from you. Find the best position for you to transfer, and then lock your chair into place.
At this point you will need to move the footrests out of the way so that they do not interfere with your transfer. Many chairs have either removable footrests or those that can simply swing to the sides.
- Remove Clothing Before Transfer
Most people find that it’s easiest to remove their pants and underwear before transferring out of the wheelchair. Many prefer to move to the edge of their wheelchair, slide their clothing down to their ankles, and then remove the clothing from one ankle in order to spread their legs. It has also been suggested that you may want to forgo underwear altogether, as it can just prolong the process and become quite uncomfortable if it isn’t put back on just right.
- Use a Sliding Board
A small sliding board, or transfer board, can come in quite handy when moving from your wheelchair to the toilet. The use of a sliding board can make the process flow more smoothly, as well as relieve pain in your chest and shoulder muscles from exertion.
These boards can be used in any form of transfer as they are designed to bear the weight of a person moving from places such as their chair to their bed or their chair to the toilet and back.
By keeping the above tips in mind the transition from your wheelchair to the toilet should become an easier process. Although it will likely always be a bit of a challenge to move from your chair to the toilet, these simple tips may make the process somewhat less frustrating.