Long Term Home Care Beds

The quality of long term care beds can play a critical role in the health and quality of life of people who will be non-ambulatory on a permanent or a long-term basis. It’s important to choose beds that are specifically designed for long-term care needs in order to make a patient’s time more comfortable while allowing caregivers easier access to provide treatment.

Selecting the right long term care bed can be difficult, which is why it’s important to work with experts with knowledge of the benefits of each model. It is one big reason why so many people turn to Daily Care, Inc. Along with stocking a wide range of products including the latest Joerns, Hill-Rom and Invacare home care beds, our trained staff is here to assist you in every step of the process. From making the right purchase to getting your bed delivered and installed, we have you covered.Continue Reading

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So what makes a long term care bed unique? Here are a few things that you need to look for when purchasing a home care bed:

Durability: Durability is important if a patient will be spending weeks or months or even longer in their beds. Most leading products including Medline home care beds have frames made from stainless steel.

Safety: It’s important that home care beds have advanced features that help to ensure the safety of patients. Some of these features can include mattress stops to keep patients from sliding on the bed, drainage hooks and casters to help beds stay in place.

Back-Up Options: It’s valuable to know that a home care bed will function properly in any situation. Some electrically-controlled beds will have emergency hand cranks in case of a power outage. Other beds will have back-up battery power in case of an outage or the patient being moved from one location to another while in their bed.

At Daily Care, Inc., we give you plenty of options when it comes to getting the perfect long term care bed. Visit our San Fernando Valley showroom to see our collection of products including the latest Joerns