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larry t. from newnan, ga (caregiver)
The user is my wife. She is 76 years old and was diagnosed with MS in 1978. She has been unable to walk since November of 2010.
Comfort and ability to move patient with ease. The height that you can raise it. No bending over.
Have not found one yet.
Reviewed on 07/07/2016
diane s. from santee, ca (caregiver)
Diane, age 57, has Multiple Sclerosis. She is bedbound and spends all of her time in bed. She is severly disabled.
This bed enables Diane's body to be shifted upwards with ease. The "tilt" feature of the bed allows for easier positioning toward the top of the bed. The bed raising to different heights is also a big advantage and saves back straining.
I weas a little disappointed in the "dining" feature. I thought her legs would be more down than the bed allows. This feature is an improvement over the old bed, just not as much as I thought would occur.
Reviewed on 06/03/2016
gail z. from fairlawn, nj
I have multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's disesase and after losing my balance and having a fall that injured my ankles and knees have been bedridden
The options for positioning prevents friction on such areas as heels.
Reviewed on 04/29/2016