Greater safety, relief and joy in life whilst providing care at home – these are the objectives Burmeier is taking to REHACARE in Düsseldorf. The German leader on the home care market is exhibiting many innovations and improvements of its popular products at the leading trade fair on 26 to 29 September.
For example, the especially comfortable care bed line, Inovia, has been expanded with practical options. The new Inovia can be equipped with a split telescopic safety side (TSG) on request. The TSG elements can be extended in two stages so that the resident’s changing needs for protection and orientation can be met with greater precision. If the position of the bed is already fixed and can’t be moved, budget-conscious buyers can just order the TSG for one bed side and put a comfortable fixed board on the other side.
Secure communication with CCS
Family carers will have more peace and free time with the “CCS – Care Communication System”. Those responsible for providing care can go out to the garden or shopping and know that they are still in communication with their loved one. All the resident needs to do is press one button on a module on the bed and their carer will receive a request on his or her smartphone to call back.
The CCS is an attractive product on the “Ambient Assisted Living” market and is constantly being optimised. You can discover its many advantages at the REHACARE. The Dali care bed line is naturally also always reflecting the state of the art and is the heart of the Burmeier catalogue. Improvements have been made here as well that will be enthusiastically welcomed by users and medical equipment retailers alike. Our colleagues look forward to welcoming everyone who is interested in Hall 5 at Stand J24.
The city of Düsseldorf also always offers a super cultural programme at the end of the trade fair day. For example, the International Organ Festival concerts offer relaxation to anyone looking for a break. If you are looking for something more exciting, the hottest racing cars of the 1950s and 70s will be on view as part of the “Cars – Driven by Design” at the Museum Kunstpalast starting on 29 September.