The Bedside Assistantdetailed information

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More helpful than a bed rail . . .

Unlike bed rails, the Bedside Assistant does not need to be raised and lowered.

The adjustable space between the handles allows the user to get in and out of bed while the handles remain in place.

Legs come up through the sitting space. The space can be up to 27" on a twin-or full-size bed, up to 32" on a queen- or king-size bed.

The handles may be covered with standard-size pillowcases for a taut fabric surface.

Makes any bed a safer bed . . .

. . . Especially for anyone who simply needs something to hold on to as they get in and out of bed.

Designed by an engineer for his wife who was weak and unsteady, the Bedside Assistant has been used by many that need a little extra help to be more independent.

The Bedside Assistant is stable in all directions and can be firmly pulled, pushed, lifted and leaned on.

The Bedside Assistant is easy to install on any bed you use: at home, visiting friends and family, even at hotels.

Continue to use an existing bed with the added help of a stable pair of handles to hold while standing, sitting, rising and rolling over.

Click HERE to see security strap installation pictorial guide.

 

Remember . . .

Bed Handles are not Bed Rails!

 

 

Bedside Assistant (R), Travel Handles (tm) and Bed Handle (tm) and ByteSwitch (tm) are registered trademarks of Bed Handles, Inc. and are protected by one or more United States patents.