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  1. Toilet Safety Frame
    Easy to Hold on to .
    These are sturdy frames. The grips make the frame easier to hold onto, so I don't have to worry so much about falling.
    (Review by R.J.)
  2. Toilet Safety Frame by Carex
    Great Product.
    Very easy to install and a big help when getting up off the john. Not as embarrassing to have in the bathroom either compared with the elevated seats. Only reason
    (Review by Stephen)
  3. Toilet Safety Frame
    Fits in My Bathroom.
    This toilet safety frame was a bit narrower than the other toilet safety frames, which is good if you have a small bathroom.
    (Review by Thomas)
  4. 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)
 

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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.