Floor mat designed to provide better traction underfoot and to prompt the user to position their feet correctly and adopt an appropriate position when transferring in or out of a chair. Comprises a Dycem mat with the outline of a pair of feet printed on the surface and the message 'nose over toes.'
Gain a sure footing and boost mobility and balance with a non-slip floor mat. Dycem floor mats provide a great footing for those who experience weight transference and balance problems. The non-slip surface will provide unbeatable stability for feet during a number of movements such as the transfer from bed to chair. Available in plain blue or grey, at 45cm x 60cm or at the smaller size of 35cm x 50cm in black with 'nose over toes' prompt to assist with the correct sit to stand / stand to sit positioning. - Our floor mats can be placed around the home to lower the risk of falls. - Developed with an Occupational Therapist, Dycem nose-over-toes mats have clear markers showing where feet should be placed, making them perfect for aiding with the correct positioning for standing and sitting. - Dycem Non-Slip Floor Mats can even be used in professional settings such as clinics and hospitals
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