1 - 888 - 746 - 2107

Mon - Thurs: 9am to 8pm ET, Fri 9am to 5pm ET

Home Care Products Buyer Guides

Most Popular Editor's Pick Best Value
The Parentgiving Buyer Guides are designed to help you navigate the shopping "aisles" when choosing products for yourself or loved ones. The Parentgiving Store offers dozens of choices within each category—these guides will help you narrow your search as well as better understand the health conditions that led to your buying needs.

Bathroom Safety

Preventing accidents in the bathroom includes grab bars as well as toilet and tub accessories to make daily living needs easier. These tools help minimize slips that can lead to fractures.

Bedrails For Elderly

There are different types of rails for different safety needs. Some are designed to prevent falling out of bed, while others assist you getting up and down.

Bedding

From functional pillows and foam bed wedges to mattress covers and waterproof sheets, bedding items can make sleep more restful and make it easier to manage incontinence.

Daily Living Aids

Many types of items increase wellness. Medication reminders and monitoring devices allow you to better maintain your health while fitness aids encourage needed exercise.

Diabetic Supplies

Keeping diabetes in check with careful monitoring is the only way to prevent the dangerous consequences of the disease.

Incontinence Supplies & Products

The right supplies take the embarrassment and unpleasantness out of incontinence. There are choices for every level of the condition.

Medical Supplies

From everyday bandages and tape to deep penetrating heat pads and wraps, no home should be without these helpful medical supplies.

Phones For Seniors

Staying connected means keeping open lines of communication with family members as well as having a 24/7 lifeline to emergency help.

Skin Care

Often neglected, your skin is your first line of defense against germs. Protect against the elements as well the side effects of certain health conditions, like incontinence.

Senior Mobility Devices

Staying mobile might mean a walking cane, a walker or rollator, or even a wheelchair. The right choice in mobility device can help return independence.

Walkers & Rollators

Staying mobile might mean a walking cane, a walker or rollator, or even a wheelchair. The right choice in mobility device can help return independence.

Wheelchairs

Staying mobile might mean a walking cane, a walker or rollator, or even a wheelchair. The right choice in mobility device can help return independence.
Featured Buyer Guides

Walking Canes

A walking cane is probably the most common mobility device prescribed for seniors. When used properly, a walking cane will increase your base of support and reduce strain on the legs and back as it helps you move forward. A walking cane requires you have enough strength in your arm, since the arm must partially support the body’s weight. If you have a slight problem with balance or instability, some weakness in your leg or some pain from a condition like rheumatoid arthritis, a cane may be enough to help you compensate and provide support.

Most canes are made of hardwood or aluminum. The most familiar walking cane style is the straight-tip style with a C-shaped or crook handle and a single rubber-capped bottom. This basic style is usually inexpensive, but if you have hand pain or discomfort, you may find it difficult to grasp. A walking cane with a funct…

View this home care product guide