Living at home, and being able to perform the day-to-day activities in each room of your home during a short term or longer term challenge is everybody’s preference.
A person is able to live independently if they are able to perform basic day-to-day activities and run their household adequately.
Basic day-to-day activities that are important for living independently are getting in and out of bed; getting dressed and undressed; moving around; walking or moving around; sitting down and getting up again; personal hygiene and grooming; using the toilet; eating and drinking; relaxing; and engaging in social contact.
Most of us will at some stage of our lives need assistance with these activities. Fortunately, we can offer equipment solutions for just about every room in your home.