Assistive products in the areas construction and housing are for structural measures, either eliminating the barriers of room use or not allowing them to occur in the first place. These include, for example, lifts, ramps and adapted transit areas. On the other hand, adapted furniture and furnishings, helps to minimise or compensate for restrictions due to disabilities.
These assistive products can:
Make living rooms and building accessible for all
Compensate for height differences
Neutralise dangerous areas
Enable independent use of furniture and furnishings
Products for residential areas from other assistive product fields:
The nursing bed is a part of the nursing staffs workplace. Therefore, a nursing bed not only needs to meet the needs of the care recipient, but also to support the needs of the care provider in their work.