“I can go to bed whenever I like, I can get up whenever I like. I can do things myself. To me, this means freedom.”
A rotational bed can change your life:
9 testimonials from users of the rotational bed RotoBed®
“When my husband got his RotoBed®Free, he became more self-reliant. That turned back on the light in his eyes.”
Hans Villadsen, 76 years old. Suffers from the agressive PSP Parkinson. He bought a RotoBed®Free to avoid getting lifted in and out of bed. This is the only dignified way for him to live, says his wife.
Lisbeth Buhl, Occupational Therapist at the Handicap Institute in Aabenraa. Has conducted a test of rotational beds. She found the bed postponed the need for home care services.
Tommy Hansen, 49 years old. Born spastic. Tommy has had a RotoBed® for 20 months. He says getting so easily out of bed reduces his fatigue and lets him spend energy on more interesting things.
Kristina Sangvita, 39 years old. Kristina is partially paralyzed after a car accident 16 years ago. She had a RotoBed® for one and a half years, but no longer needs it. She believes the bed played an important role in her recovery.
Bonnich Petersen, 77 years old, retired baker. Suffers from Parkinson’s and arthritis. Bonnich has had a rotational bed for 15 months. He is happy he doesn’t need to wake up his wife at night anymore.
Helle Pedersen, 63 years old. Helle was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1999. She has ad a RotoBed® for 2 years. To her, the rotational bed means freedom.
Peter Kristoffersen, 56 years old. Born spastic. Has been living in a nursing home for many years. At first, Peter didn’t want a rotational bed. But one morning the caregivers couldn’t find him…
Jack Jønsson, 73 years old. Jack is hemiplegic after a blood clot, and his wife was exhausted after caring for him herself. Jack has had a RotoBed® for 2 years, and both he and his wife are thrilled about it.
Jan Roenhoff, diagnosed with ALS at age 48. The disease forced him to move to a care home, and at about the same time he got a RotoBed®.
Esther Soegaard, 77 years old. Esther suffers from lymphedema and is unable to raise her own legs. She got a RotoBed® three years ago and regained control of her own life.