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  1. Toilet Safety Frame by Carex
    Toilet safety rame.
    Bought several safety items for my husbands bathroom and this was the best. Also I love purchasing items from Vitality Medical as the service is excellent, when I need something
    (Review by Shirl)
  2. Invacare Adjustable Toilet Safety Frame
    Invacare Adjustable Toilet Safety Frame.
    Easy to install worked well for my father in-law.
    (Review by Bob)
  3. Invacare Adjustable Toilet Safety Frame
    Awesome product!.
    It's great! They were easy to install and very good quality. We don't have to worry about our elderly mother falling anymore!
    (Review by Jul S)
  4. Invacare Clamp on Raised Toilet Seat
    Excellent product!.
    Tired of hotel/motel toilet seats that are low enough for children, but present challenges to adults with arthritic knees and hips? The Invacare Clamp-on Raised Toilet Seat is a great
    (Review by Hob)
 

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Toilet Safety Frames

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Toilet safety frames help those steady themselves while using the toilet. There are a wide assortment of toilet safety frames on Vitality Medical from well-known medical device brands, such as Drive Medical and Invacare. Toilet safety frames typically provide elevated arm rests to help those lift and lower themselves from the toilet -- some of them offer a simple rail to mount on the wall by the toilet. With whatever you choose configuration, rest assured that Vitality Medical will have the right options for most individuals. These toilet safety frames are a tool that adds convenience and comfort.

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Uses for a Drive Medical Raised Toilet Seat

  • Elevating the toilet to eliminate the distance from sitting and standing.
  • Traveling and always having something to elevate the seat.
  • To compensate those who are too weak or simply cannot bend down that low.