Step2Health - The Safest Way To Get In & Out Of Bed
Step2health provides a range of health and wellness products for seniors that encourage confidence and independence to age in place while keeping their safety in mind. Founded by Vince Baiera, a former ICU nurse at the Cleveland Clinic and Duke University Hospital, Step2health products are developed considering the difficulties seniors face with limited mobility. As a professional and experienced nurse, Vince Baiera developed the step2bed, step2tub and more amazing products that are patented for their unique designs and functionality.
Step2Bed XL Features
Reinforced Steel Base: Built from heavy-duty steel and weighing only 22 lbs., the base or floor of the Step2Bed XL can hold up to 800 lbs. of weight.
Safe and Secure: The strong, perpendicular steel grab bars of the Step2Bed XL make it easy to climb in and out of bed. The handrail comes complete with a soft foam padding for a secure grip. The Velcro straps and anti-slip rubber feet reduce the chance of slipping.
Motion-Activated LED Light: The smart LED light installed in the Step2Bed XL automatically detects human movement within 10 feet and lights up your way as you get in or out of your bed.
Height Adjustments: You can customize the height of the XL bed step stool by as much as 2.5” to 7.5.” So, whether you have a high bed or a low one, the Step2Bed XL is fit for all.
Ease of use: It is very easy to assemble and install the XL bed step stool on either side of your bed. The Step2Bed XL can be used by seniors, specially-abled people, or people who suffer from hip or knee injury. It is also suitable for people who have undergone surgery and recovering from one.
Stepd2Bed Mini Features
Compact Size: Weighing only 13 lbs., the step2bed mini is a small step stool for a bed that occupies very little space and is specially designed to fit in tighter spaces.
Secure and Safe: The mini bed step stool is made from high-quality steel and comes with two perpendicular handrails that ensure full support while getting in and out of bed. The handrail is padded for an extra-secure grip.
Adjustable Height: Adjust the height of the step2bed mini step stool by as much as 8’’ to 10’’ to match the height of your bed. Suitable for both high and low beds.
Anti-Slip Protection: The floor of the mini bed step stool is made from non-slip materials. The Velcro straps and anti-slip rubber feet hold the stool in place and reduce the chances of skidding or slipping.
Strong and Sturdy: The step2bed mini is great for everyone and can support up to 300 lbs. Whether it’s seniors, someone recovering from surgery, or even people with knee or hip injuries.
Durable and Easy to Install: These small step stools can be easily assembled and installed on any side of the bed.
Offers Support as a Bed Rail: The step2bed mini encompasses unique features that make it an excellent elderly bed rail option.
Safe and Secure: The step2tub bath step stool is made of industry-grade steel and features an extra-wide landing base and a non-slip bath step to reduce the risk of slips, falls, or trips. The non-slip step is 12.5’’ long and 11’’ long, so it’s safe and stable.
Support Bar for Safety: With perpendicular handrails padded for extra grip and support, you can safely get in and out of the bathtub with the help of these bathtub steps. The height of the grab bar can also be adjusted to suit your preference. The step2tub can hold up to 300 lbs. of weight and is portable and lightweight.
Dual Clamp System: The bathtub step stool is equipped with a dual clamp system that locks itself to the sides of the bathtub, making it ultra-secure. And the bathtub safety rails make it even safer.
Compatibility with Most Bathtubs: The step2tub is compatible with most standard bathtubs. And with the added feature of height adjustment and dual clamp system, it can be easily installed in just about any bathtub.
Step2Bed Standard Features
Support Bar for Safety - Made of steel and equipped with perpendicular grab bars, the bedside step stool is sturdy, offers full support, and can withstand up to 400 lbs. of weight. The soft padding on the handrail ensures a tight and secure grip.
Easy to Use Step - A prominent feature of the step stool for the bed is the extra-wide step that reduces the risk of tripping or falling. The Velcro straps and anti-slip rubber feet hold the stool in place and decrease the chances of skidding or slipping.
Motion Activated Light - The motion-activated LED light sensor detects human presence within 10 feet and instantly illuminates the floor of the bed step stool.
Adjustable Height - The floor of the bed step stool can be easily adjusted (as much as 2.5’’ to 7.5’’) to match the height of your bed.
Durable and easy to assemble - The materials used in making step2bed bedside safety step stools are of the highest quality and strictly adhere to international standards.
Can be Used as Safety Bed Rails - As a safety bed rails, it provides a pathway for easy access to and from the bed. In addition, its distinctive features, such as the perpendicular handrails, motion-sensor LED light, and height-adjustable step ensures safety, comfort, and convenience for the elderly.
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