A Guide to Different Types of Toilet Lift Seats

  The bathroom stands as a crucial space where minor modifications can significantly enhance daily life for individuals with mobility challenges or disabilities. Among these modifications, installing a lift seat for toilets offers a practical solution to promote...

Is a Manual or Powered Sit-to-Stand Lift Right For You?

  Sit-to-stand lifts have become invaluable tools in assisting individuals with limited mobility to transition from a seated to a standing position. These lifts come in both manual and powered options, each offering unique benefits tailored to the needs of users...

Q&A session featuring Kristen

  Welcome to our latest blog post! Our team is thrilled to present a special Q&A session featuring Kristen, our knowledgeable and dedicated Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA) at Back Home Safely. At Back Home Safely, our mission is to ensure that...

Span America Advantage Bed

Span America Advantage The bed locks at any height, easing caregiver stress and making it safer for one to get in and out of bed High-Angle vascular adjustable footrest eliminates the need for pillows and  blankets to prop up feet Orthopedic grid decks are perimeter...

A New Series: Faces of Occupational Therapy

NJOTA Newletter Volume V Issue 5 Gregg Frank has been an occupational therapist for twenty years. He graduated from Boston University with a BS in OT in 1989 and has been working as an OT since that time. Two and a half years ago, while working in an outpatient...

Wheelchair Ramps

Wheelchair Ramps That Meet Your Specific Requirements The experts at Back Home Safely can recommend and install the optimal ramp for your individual needs and requirements. In fact, we have hundreds of ramps in stock for quick delivery! Every home is unique and...

What is Multiple Sclerosis (MS)?

Worldwide there are 2.3 million people diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS).  It is estimated 1 million of these people are in the United States.1    MS is an immune-mediated disease (IMID), that results from the immune system overreacting and attacking the myelin...

Can I Live an Active Life with Osteoarthritis?

According to the CDC, one in four adults has doctor-diagnosed arthritis1 which is a blanket term used to refer to more than 100 rheumatic diseases and conditions that affect the joints, the tissues surrounding the joints, and...

Arriving Home after a Stroke – Is your Home Ready?

Recovering from a stroke and returning to the daily activities of life varies with each case.  Recovery can be as short as a few weeks or it can be years of physical, occupational, and speech therapies, to regain the use and strength of muscles, including those that...

Is a Ramp Right for You?

Has leaving your home to become a challenge because of the steps or slope of your property?    Does using a walker, cane or other assisted mobility device make it difficult for you to use the walkway to your...

Stairlifts Central Jersey

Thinking of getting Stairlifts Central Jersey for your home? The elderly are the people that most need a stairlift. As people age, the stairs can become a challenge and a difficult thing to tackle. Disabled people have a hard time using the stairs and find it...

Central Jersey Stairlifts

Thinking of having Central Jersey Stairlifts install in your home? As seniors start getting older, they find stairs a challenge. It becomes difficult for them to get around the home using the stairs. When the stairs in a home become a challenge, some seniors...

Chair Lifts Passaic County

Thinking of getting Chair Lifts Passaic County installed in your home? Some elderly people have a difficult time getting around their home because of the stairs. You may also need to look into stairlifts Passaic County. They have limited mobility, weak muscles and...