Promoting Home Safety

We understand the importance of keeping loved ones home safe and sound – during the holidays and throughout the year. The prevalence of falls due to lack of bathroom and household safety is astounding.

One-fourth of Americans fall each year. Using products that promote independence and safety can greatly impact patients and loved ones. We need to work together to help assess daily living activities to determine what products patients need. Our staff will help and assist in finding the right products and properly fit them for comfort. Frontier offers many products that will prevent falls while promoting independence.

WHAT PRODUCTS DO WE OFFER THAT AID IN THE PREVENTION OF FALLS AND INCREASE INDEPENDENCE?

  • Shower chairs
  • Toilet seat risers
  • Grab bars
  • Grab bar installation
  • Rollators
  • Walkers
  • Detachable shower heads
  • Canes
  • Transport chairs
  • Hand-help shower heads
  • Non-slip bathmats
  • Suction cup shower head holders
  • Commodes
  • Reachers
  • Home exercise equipment
  • Pulse oximeters to assess oxygen levels at home

Simple changes can make the home a safer place for seniors and reduce the risk of injury. Many of these modifications are cost effective and straightforward. Staying safe is of the utmost importance, and in many instances, accidents can be prevented. We are here to help make these decisions and keep seniors at home!

Our name speaks to what our company stands for—Frontier Home Medical. Not only do our patients become part of our extended family, but you do too. We want to give you all a sincere thank you for all you are doing to help patients through a moment in history that will always be remembered.

Written By:

Kara Weier, BASc, AS

Frontier Home Medical Sales Representative

Lincoln and Omaha

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