A mobile electric operated mechanism, using a magnetic handset, to lift a person on/off a bed, chair, commode or toilet and lower to or lift from the floor. A freestanding portable electrically operated hoist to lift service users on/off a bed. Includes emergency lowering option. This is the motor part of a hoist that works with a ceiling track system allowing a safe, comfortable, transfer from one surface to another. A lightweight, portable, overhead hoist track system with freestanding support posts at either end. Two overlaid disc-like fabric parts attached at the centre that allows the top part rotating over the stationary bottom part, to enable a user to turn when sitting on the device. A Rota Stand-type Turner for safe and secure assisted transfer from one seated position to another. Molift-type raiser. Designed to provide a safe and effective method of helping the user to their feet from sitting and also from standing to sitting with an attendant. Electric standing/sitting aid mobile hoist designed to allow patients to be transferred or assisted from either a bed or chair whilst using a sling. The Universal Sling should be designed to support the upper body including the shoulders. An accessory for a hoist, placed underneath and cradling a child or adult patient for lifting and transfer from one surface to another. All in-Situ slings must be made of breathe-able fabric and be able to remain in place for extended periods of time without an adverse effect on a client’s skin. An accessory for a hoist for a child or adult to lift and transfer from one surface to toilet/commode. An accessory for a standing aid hoist placed around the patient’s back, to cradle the torso with under-arm flanges. The handling sling should elongate the reach of a handler and can be used to assist in positioning a person in a chair, lean a person forward to fit a sling and to help lift a leg onto the bed. Sheet used to move or turn people on a surface, without lifting or causing friction by sliding. Sheets used as a pair sliding on each other. Sheet used to move or turn sizable people on a surface, without lifting or causing friction by sliding. Used as a pair sliding on each other. Sheet used to move or turn sizable people on a surface, without lifting or causing friction by sliding. Sheets must be used as a pair sliding on each other. Sheet formed as a tube, to allow it sliding across (rolling on) itself, used to move people on a surface, without lifting or causing friction by sliding. Sheet formed as a tube, to allow it to slide across itself, used to move people on a surface without lifting or causing friction by sliding. The low friction bed sheet for a single bed to have both the following options:Material that if used by the client lying directly on top of this layer it will facilitate movement in bed, but it has the option of an additional layer on the top for when care givers need to assist movement.Elastic corners to enable its use on a pressure mattress — the fitted version is not suitable for a pressure mattress.As a fitted sheet version to enable it to be used without the additional layer on top to facilitate self-transfers of a client in and around the bed. The elastic corners version will not be suitable for this. Sheet material has low friction properties when presented to any generic slide sheet placed on top of it. System comprising a single bed sheet topped with a slide sheet intended for being left in-situ by being secured under the bed occupant, for it to become a readily available part of the patient moving system on a single bed. Sliding tube with an anti-slip panel along one side to reduce the risk of the person accidentally slides off the bed. It is used to assist people to independently get in and out of bed, and also when a lifting cushion is being used with difficulty of leg lifting. A bed sheet that can be attached to an overhead hoist and used to lift/move a person within a bed with minimal physical effort from another handler. A pair of straps that attach to slide sheets giving an extension to the handles, allowing the carer/handler to adopt a better posture when moving someone. Fitted around the waist of the patient, to enable a carer to assist in sitting or standing, by holding onto the belt loops rather than pulling on the person’s limbs. Glove worn by the carer in manual handling situations to ease the application of a slide sheet or a sling under the patient and to help repositioning in a chair. Bridges the gap between two seating surfaces that are at similar level to enable the user, either assisted of un-assisted, sliding across from one surface to the other. Bridges the gap between two seating surfaces that are at similar level to enable the user, either assisted of un-assisted, sliding across from one surface to the other. The curved board makes it easier to transfer with a chair that has armrests. Bridges the gap between two seating surfaces that are at similar level to enable the user, either assisted of un-assisted, sliding across from one surface to the other. The raise flange helps negotiate and protects the user’s clothing from a wheelchair wheel. Wedge-shaped support piece that may be placed up against the body, to hold the body in a desired position while caring tasks are being performed.