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The Activ Care bed combines the best of in-home care functionality, positioning and low height safety with luxurious and contemporary style for enhanced comfort, care and wellbeing.

Aspire ComfiMotion Activ Care Bed

    • Ultra Low Height: Minimum platform height of 195 mm reduces falls risk, improving user safety
    • Customisable Safe Entry/Exit Height: Programmable single button press ensures perfect bed height to maximise independence
    • Under Bed Clearance: provides clear access for patient lifters and overbed tables
    • Battery Backup: Provides confidence and maintains independence during power outages
    • Night Assist: Luminous underbed halo for safe entry and exit
    • Illuminated Handset: Large button interface is intuitive and highly visible at all times
    • Massage: Relaxing vibration modes for personalised neck, shoulder and back relief
    • Hi–Lo Functionality: Assists with manual handling and helps to mitigate fall risks
    • Head Tilt: Relaxes neck muscles, providing optimal support whilst reading or watching TV
    • Back Raise: Improves postural support and can ease symptoms of reflux, respiratory conditions, snoring and sleep apnoea
    • Auto–Regression in the Backrest: Stops the user sliding down the bed during movement while improving comfort and maximising pressure redistribution
    • Clinical Positioning: One touch raises back and legs to alleviate cardiac exertion, improving resting comfort
    • Leg Raise: Promotes circulation, relieving tired, swollen/ fatigued or painful limbs
    • Memory Function: Allows the user to set and return to their preferred positions at any time with one click of a button
    • Zero Gravity: Helps to relax the circulatory system and muscles of the lower back
    • Seated Position: Assists with bed entry and exit and upright dining
    • Trendelenburg (and Reverse): Can assist care givers when repositioning a user*
    • Lockable Castors: Eight heavy duty dual castors
    • Headboard and accessories sold separately
    • *Carers should seek advice from a trained Allied Health professional for correct manual handling techniques.