Negotiating the tricky turns, slippery tiles and tight spaces of a bathroom can be a daunting challenge for someone who is recuperating from an injury or prolonged stay in hospital, and installing or using bathroom assists is an excellent way to increase safety and ease of use of these facilities.
There are many types of bathroom assists, each designed to help navigate particular areas or lend strength for specific afflictions. A commode, or raised toilet seat can help with using the toilet, and a transfer bench or shower chair can make for a more safe and comfortable bathing experience.
A commode is useful for when an individual has difficulty navigating within the bathroom at all, and stands alone to be used in a more comfortable location. Raised toilet seats come in many different styles; some have grips while others lock in place to better assist individuals with back, hip, leg or knee infirmity that makes lowering and standing difficult.
Bathtubs are often slippery and ill-designed to accommodate people with mobility issues, and entering and exiting them can be dangerous without assistance. A transfer bench allows people to ease into and out of baths and shower chairs give people the option of having a shower even though they may have difficulty standing.
Bathroom assists have seen a great deal of improvement and innovation, and new designs now make things easier than ever when using the bathroom. Of course, traditional items like grips and grab bars have a kind of universal appeal for their ability to blend into the décor and help with many types of maneuvers and situations.
Our line of bathroom assists such as the commode, raised toilet seat and shower chair, to name only a few, are priced with you in mind, because we understand the utmost need for quality in home healthcare products that are offered at a reasonable price.