- Protects the skin from the risk of breakdown
- Positions the body securely and provides stability
- Available in one size that fits a standard toilet
- Positions your body securely.
- Distributes pressure and weight.
- Minimizes shear and friction.
- Eases transfers.
ROHO Toilet Seat
As a OTA I recommend this product as it's performance is outstanding.
joann d b. from ware, ma (caregiver)
73 year old Male paraplegic who received skin tears from shearing on toilet seat during transfers.
Performance, Design, Durability, Ease of installation and easy to clean.
No weaknesses noted at this time. We have only had the product for a short time.
Reviewed on 03/26/2016
gary b. from san diego, ca
I ordered this toilet seat cushion for my newly disabled son's new camo chair. Did not know it will not fit for the camo chair.
Don know. It never worked with the camo chair
Reviewed on 05/27/2015
thomas m. from alameda, ca
I'm a 59 year old male, C 6-7 incomplete with the ability to transfer myself. I sustained this injury back in 1988
The air flotation feature of ROHO out-performs other cushions in the area of pressure sore prevention.
The inner cells closest to the toilet seat could be a bit more numerous and/or dense so as to prevent any unnecessary contact and potential skin damage.
Reviewed on 03/14/2015
mary h. from neenah, wi (caregiver)
96 year old mother
No leaks yet
Reviewed on 10/29/2014
julie m. from greenwood, in
69 year old paraplegic
doesn't seem to fit my body right even though I am a medium build adult person.
Reviewed on 06/27/2013
paul b. from folkston, ga
Reviewed on 10/01/2012
linda f. from arlington, va
t-8 paraplegic, age 64, disabled since age 16
heals and prevents pressure sores from sitting on the john
needs more straps, better straps-have used adhesive tape to keep it in the right position
Reviewed on 04/24/2012
nyal c. from macon, ga (caregiver)
31 years old, female, severe cerebral palsy.she is thin and the Roho cushion used in the blue wave shower chair brings comfort and stability.
Reviewed on 03/10/2012
diane p. from pensicola, fl (caregiver)
31 year old male; parapalegic for 10 years
Reviewed on 01/18/2011
mervyn w. from san francisco, ca (caregiver)
72 years old female with lower body disability
It does prevent skin breakdown. However, I still need to lift my Mom up every two to three hours to relieve the pressure on her bottom since she usually is on the commode for 10 hours.
The straps will not be able to snap on to the toilet seat. The straps are just too short to wrap around the seat on a regular toilet not to mention trying to strap it on to the seat of a commode. They should have made the straps adjustable instead.
Reviewed on 03/31/2010