Life-long clinical depression causes husband to slide out of bed. He isn't hurt. He goes to bed later than he should, cannot move to the center because he has a subpubic catheter bag that has to hand over the side of the bed. Additionally, he thrashes around all night. Sheets, blankets, all bedding is on the floor in the morning.
He has a bar assist about 18 inches wide. It often is pushed out of place by rolling forcefully against it. I've tried using two assists, but he won't tolerate that because I have to place the second one when he is getting in bed. Likewise, rails would require being put on after he is in bed because he can't move with any agility. Have also tried putting the mattress on the floor; that doesn't allow the cath bag to hang lower than the bladder.
I'd welcome any suggestions!