Devices used to assist in bathing and toileting which include products used in the bathroom that is specifically designed as per the customer requirement. These devices help the person to use the bathroom with ease and safety. Bathroom and Toilet Assist Devices includes shower, commodes, chairs & stools, bath lifts, and other equipments.
The growth for Bathroom and Toilet Assist Devices market is driven due to factors like increasing geriatric and disable population across the globe, rising demand for Bathroom and Toilet Assist Devices, growing prevalence of chronic diseases, increasing disposable income. In addition, introduction of new products, growing awareness about assistive devices, and rising growth of commodes, shower, chairs, & stools market is expected to drive the market growth. However, huge cost associated to bathroom & toilet assist device is the major restraining factor which is projected to hinder growth rate for Global Bathroom and Toilet Assist Devices Market.
Based on geography the Bathroom and Toilet Assist Devices market has been primarily divided into Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa, North America and Latin America. North America holds the largest market share in the Global Bathroom and Toilet Assist Devices Market followed by Europe. Asia-Pacific regions like India and China are rapidly growing due to increasing aging population, and growing adoption of advanced technologies is expected to contribute high growth rate for Bathroom and Toilet Assist devices market during the forecast period.
Leading companies for Global Bathroom and Toilet Assist Devices market are ArjoHuntleigh, Invacare Corporation, MEYRA GmbH, Patterson Medical Holdings, Inc., Poshchair Medical Limited, Bischoff & Bischoff GmbH, Etac AB, DIETZ GmbH, Medical Depot, Inc. (Drive Medical), Handicare, Hewi Heinrich Wilke GmbH, Ortho XXI, K Care Healthcare Equipment, GF Health Products., Juvo Solutions, Spectra Care Group, RCN Medical and Rehabilitation GmbH, Sunrise Medical (US) LLC., Pride Mobility Products Corp., and Prism Medical.