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5.0 (8)

Richard Studley

I ordered 2 grab bars for my bathroom. After my knee surgery- it became very difficult to get in and out of the tub- but it was also difficult to balance myself while in the tub-the grab bar is the perfect solution. They were easy to install and are much safer than the suction cup handles that I was using. What I like best about the grab bar is that the grip is not slippery even when my hands are wet with soap and water- I can still grab the bar handle and keep myself from slipping. I love this product and that I can be more independent in my home. I’m going to install the 2nd bar in my other bathroom now.

Lou Baiasin

The Titan poles…have been very helpful in allowing our patients to actively participate in transfers to and from the bed…it also makes it safer for our staff to assist them in gaining more independence.

Geoff Fernie CM, PhD, PEng, CEng, FCAHS, FCAE

Our research has shown that the shape and surface texture of railings is critical to their function. For, example, stair
handrails need to encourage users to slide their hands along as they climb and descend the stairs. In contrast, grab bars
need a shape that allows a good comfortable grip to prevent sliding along the rail. The Safety Grip was designed to
provide that powerful grip by fitting the hand and finger shape comfortably.

As we grow older almost all of us will have greater difficulty standing and moving around. But we want to stay living in
our own homes. StandEasy is how we adapt our homes without bringing in construction crews. We can configure this
technology to meet exactly our need and change it as our needs change. It feels great to keep our independence.

Geoff Fernie CM, PhD, PEng, CEng, FCAHS, FCAE

Shirley Fowler

I have used the M-Rail for many years and it provides me with security and independence. After my Quadruple bypass
surgery and stroke a few years later I have limited arm strength making the M-Rail a must-have regardless of where I
travel as it easily connects to the bed. I am unable to get out of bed without it.

I recently acquired the ER714 grab bar for my shower and find it invaluable. At 80, I have health issues and mobility
challenges. Having something to hold in the shower provides me with some security and dignity as I can shower myself.
The easy to hold handle grip also helps my hands. It is a must-have bathroom safety device or me.

Dan Smyth

Safety was the paramount consideration in the design of SafetyGrip. The Titan stability poles must have high structural strength to support transfers for people with highly-varied anthropometry and abilities.

Dan Smyth, BASc, PEng, CAD Specialist

Dr. Veronique Boscart

SafetyGrip makes a tremendous difference for people who struggle to get in and out of their beds or seats by themselves, for families, care partners and health care professionals assisting these people, and for health care facilities.

Dr. Veronique Boscart, RN, MScN, MEd, PhD

Emily King

We had a prototype a couple of years ago that, from the outside, looked a lot like our final product. But our load testing showed that while at a first-pass it seemed ‘good enough’, it wasn’t as strong as we wanted it to be. Many design iterations and safety tests later, I’m glad that we took the extra time and care to make sure that the Titan poles will provide strong and secure support that users can trust. The SafetyGrip really makes these polls unique – the pattern makes it easier for users with low hand strength to grip the pole securely, and the grip runs all the way up the pole, so it’s available at whatever height is best for each user.

Emily King, PhD Candidate in Mechanical Engineering, University of Toronto and Technology
R&D Team, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute – University Health Network

Linda J. Y.

July 10th, 2023
July 10th, 2023

Overall, I really like the poles and would recommend them to anyone needing assistance for activities like rolling over and getting in and out of bed. I think anyone who needs a walker or a cane should try one, especially in the bedroom or anywhere that room to maneuver is limited.