Around 80% of visitors to disabled living centres try out bathing equipment, as being able to wash yourself independently is something most people are particularly keen to hold on to.
An Occupational Therapist (OT) is a good source of advice, and companies that specialize in adapted bathing can also talk you through the most suitable options.
There’s nothing quite like a long, luxurious soak in the bath to ease away the stresses and strains of the day. Bathing helps with all sorts of ailments, soothing aches and pains, so a walk-in bath is ideal for those who enjoy relaxing in blissfully warm water.
There are types that you sit upright in, and models you can lie out full-length in, as well as shower baths – it all depends on your preference. Some now offer the added assistance of an integral bath lift.
What all have in common is a door in the side, making stepping into and out of the bath almost as easy as getting into a shower.
Thankfully todays bathing solutions are every bit as attractive as any on the market, so you’ll be able to make the bathroom safer, without having to compromise on style and luxury.