Bathroom Safety

December 8, 2011

Bathroom Safety notes

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May 17, 2011

Bathroom Safety

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New updated Bathroom Safety product review site coming soon!

November 4, 2010

Home Construction Bathroom Safety Tips

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The baby boomer generation is getting older and, as such, many are remodeling their homes and bathrooms to make them more accessible and their daily lives easier. Many are focusing predominantly on their bathrooms however, as this is where most accidents occur for the older generation.

Many are suggesting measures that baby boomers can incorporate into their bathrooms to make the overall bathing experience safer without compromising on style. They recommend laying a non-slip material, such as carpet, as opposed to hardwoods or linoleum to prevent slippages, installing walk-in baths and showers to make the experience safer and just as relaxing, higher toilets that offer easier access, wider doorways to accommodate walkers and canes, and better lighting so as they can identify items with more confidence.

These are some basic recommendations. “Walk-in showers and baths should always be the main feature though, as that’s where you’re more likely to spend time relaxing to lower blood pressure and enhance ones overall experience.

October 19, 2009

Medical supplies and Bathroom safety

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Find the best quality Bathroom Safety products through a whole host of great ecommerce sites online.

June 25, 2009

Shower Wheelchairs

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Buying a Shower Wheelchair

The modern world is very much friendly and conducive to all people. While in the past, handicapped people are in an utmost disadvantage in all aspects of life, now, disable people are given more importance. What other importance could be more significant than giving handicapped people the chance to become independent even in just several ways? There is a shower wheelchair available in the market that would surely be of great help.

It is a common fact that a person confined to a wheelchair would only be allowed to take limited actions. Aside from not being able to walk and take convenient mobility, a person confined to a wheelchair has greater problems when it is time to take a shower. Often, caregivers and assistants would bathe the person because the handicap would not facilitate for easier and effective movement inside the shower room.

Consequently, the patient would feel more invalid and worthless. To boost the morale of the person, it would be good if people around would treat the person like he or she is able to do important and basic tasks. Thus, when you purchase a shower wheelchair for your loved one, you would drastically and significantly help make the person feel more important and able to do simple things.

The use of shower wheelchair

A shower wheelchair is particularly useful for people who are confined to the wheelchair. The handicapped person may not feel totally comfortable and at ease to use the fixed fixtures inside the shower room like the benches and the chairs. To be able to offset such a problem, the shower wheelchair is specifically and especially designed to give the user comfort when moving inside the shower room.

The shower wheelchair also has a specified height that would enable the user to reach for soap and shampoo more easily. Thus, the person would only need to transfer into the shower wheelchair whenever there is a need to take a shower or even a through bath. And doing the activity is also easily facilitated by the special design. Thus, the user would not need special attention and assistance from other people, giving him or her a form of special independence.

Special features of a shower wheelchair

What makes the shower wheelchair useful and advisable to purchase are the special features that make it up. As mentioned, the shower wheelchair is specifically and especially designed to enable the user to reach at towering fixtures inside the shower room like soap dispensers and shower control. What’s more, the shower wheelchair has a height that is easily adjustable that even the user could easily make the specific adjustments.

Other than that, the shower wheelchair is also made of stainless steel that would ensure that the equipment would not rust even when wet. There are also shower wheelchairs that are made up of plastic. Thus, there is nothing to worry about when the user is taking a shower.

As for the overall design of the shower wheelchair, there is an opened seat that is almost similar to a typical toilet seat. This opening is helpful and necessary because it would allow easier access of the user to his or her own underside. There is also an waterproof seat and in most cases, backrests that would make for overall and boosted comfort.

However, there is on specific fixture requirement before the shower wheelchair becomes totally useful. The shower wheelchair could only be used within roll-in stalls for shower. The shower must be designed to facilitate the use of wheelchairs in it. There must also be grip bars around the shower room so that the shower wheelchair user would move around more easily and more safely. Grip bars are designed and are installed to provide wheelchair users with more assistance.

Buying the shower wheelchair

Anyone could easily purchase a shower wheelchair. Such an equipment is readily available in several medical equipment stores or at specialty shops for wheelchairs. There are also online stores and online shopping sites that are distributing shower wheelchairs through online transactions. When taking the online purchase, you would be asked to choose from a brochure of products, make payments electronically using a credit card account and wait fro some time as the delivery is processed.

On the average, each shower wheelchair typically costs within a range of between $200 and $900. There could be discounts when purchases are made from conventional stores rather than online.

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There is a specific special equipment that would help wheelchair-confined people to take showers independently. Introducing the shower wheelchair. The equipment is specially designed and manufactured to help the disabled more freely and comfortably within the shower room.

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