SafetySure Pivot Transfer Disc
An individual with impaired mobility from paralysis or limited lower body function can use the SafetySure Pivot Disc unassisted in a very efficient way. If the patient cannot use his/her upper extremities a helper will be needed.
Pivot Transfer Disc Features
- Transfer between a wheelchair and a toilet.
- Transfer between a chair and a wheelchair.
- Transfer between a chair or wheelchair and a bed.
Available in 13", 15, and 18" diameters.
Placement of the Pivot Disc
The SafetySure Pivot Disc is placed on the floor with the label facing downwards. The individual's feet are positioned completely on the disc to facilitate a smooth transfer and reduce back strain on both the individual and caregiver. The handle of the Pivot Disc should be place facing the individual to prevent interfering with the caregiver's feet. The caregiver should place one foot on the Pivot Disc to safely monitor and control the transfer. After using the Pivot Disc, it should be immediately removed from the floor.
Advantages of the SafetySure Pivot Disc
Because of the lightweight and convenient grip handle, the SafetySure Pivot Disc is easy to use and carry. The Pivot Disc is made of high quality polymer plates for ease of motion. The Pivot Disc is also equipped with anti-glide tapes on both sides to prevent slipping on the floor or when the individual is standing on the Pivot Disc.
Transfers between a chair and a wheelchair
The SafetySure Pivot Disc is "locked" in place when the caregiver places their heel comfortably on the floor and the rest of their foot is on the plate between the feet of the individual to be transferred. In order to make the transfer as easy as possible, the individual being transferred should wear an SafetySure Transfer Belt. The handles on the Transfer Belt provides a solid grip for the caregiver.
Transfers between a wheelchair and a toilet
Proper use of the SafetySure Pivot Disc in this situation is identical to a transfer between a chair and wheelchair. However, it is safer and easier with two caregivers, each wearing a SafetySure Transfer Belt. The caregiver(s) can use their free hand to help undress the individual before placing him/her on the toilet.
Transfers between a Bed and Wheelchair
Before moving an individual from a bed to a wheelchair, make sure that the wheelchair is positioned as close to the bed as possible, with the wheels locked. For better control and safety, always have the individual wear a SafetySure Transfer Belt.