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Bathroom Aids For Arthritis

BATHROOM AIDS FOR ARTHRITIS Prioritise safety & comfort NON SLIP FLOORING Make sure you have a non-slip bath mat which covers the entire bottom surface of your shower or bath. Or have a new mobility wet room installed, with built-in non slip flooring. 2 FLEXIBLE SHOWER HEAD A handheld adjustable shower head will make life easier when washing. Positioning yourself under a fixed shower head can be difficult, and you'll have less control of where the water is going 3 GRAB BARS Getting in and out of the bathtub, shower, or onto the toilet can be made easier for those with arthritis by having grab bars installed. Get these fitted professionaly for maximum safety. 4 SHOWER SEATS A shower seat reduces the risk of slipping and takes pressure off achy knees & hips. This will make showering a much more comfortable & enjoyable experience for those with arthritis. 5 WALK IN SHOWERS If you struggle to get in and out of your shower due to restricted mobility, consider installing a walk in shower (wet room). These are an all in one solution with complete level access (wheelchair friendly). WALK IN BATHS Prefer a bath? A walk in bath is a bathtub with a watertight door that opens and closes, allowing for easy access in and out. The base of the tub is slip resistant to aid disabled users. CREATED BY AGE CARE BATHROOMS

Bathroom Aids For Arthritis

shared by jakecassedy on Aug 07
To share some of the best bathroom safety features & top tips for people with arthritis. These top tips can make using the bathroom every day a little easier.


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