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Grab Bars for Senior Citizens
Bathrooms can often be a risky place, specially for senior citizens who are unable to get around the bathroom without assistance. The chances of injuries are higher when a person is using a bathtub as it requires the person to stand on a single leg while using the other one to climb in and out. Due to limited mobility, it is often difficult to sit down and get off the toilet, thereby hindering the independence of senior citizens.
A few modifications in the bathroom can make it safer for the elderly and help them attain freedom. Grab bars for seniors are a simple and essential device for the bathroom. It makes the risky movements, a lot more secure by providing efficient stability and support.
Fixing bathroom grab bars for elderly in the shower area or next to the toilet helps in standing up, exiting or entering the shower.
Toilet Grab Bars
A toilet grab bar is versatile and convenient to use, it provides an easy grip and helps in maintaining balance. Toilet grab bars are specially designed to help senior citizens sit or stand up from the toilet. They provide balance and stability to people with limited mobility while providing independence to move around. Handicap toilet grab bars make stepping in and out of the bathroom, a whole lot easier and much safer.
Shower Grab Bar / Safety Handles for Elderly
A shower bar is an essential device for people who are unable to get around the bathroom without assistance. Immobility and slippery surfaces can often be a risky combination, it can cause severe injuries and accidents due to which seniors are reluctant to bathe and shower as often as they should. Shower grab bars are specially designed to be mounted around showers and tubs to help seniors bathe safely by mitigating the risk of falls and providing them independence to manoeuvre with ease.
Buy Bathroom Grab Bars for Elderly at Seniority
Shower safety handles and bathroom support handles can act as shower and toilet aids for elderly, to help provide extra balance to those with limited mobility or any injuries, while allowing them to move with more confidence.
Bathroom grab handles and toilet safety rails are simply and efficiently designed to make bathroom experience a lot simpler for the elderly, it allows them to take care of their hygiene without depending on others. Seniority’s unique range of grab bars for elderly are exceptionally versatile to provide them maximum comfort while allowing independence and confidence to perform daily activities.
As we grow older, immobility and weakness can make simple tasks much more challenging, specially while using a bathroom where most accidents take place. Shower chairs for elderly are specially designed to eliminate the worries about injuries and accidents in the bathroom. Shower chairs are stools or chairs that are specially designed to be used in a shower. These lightweight and durable shower chairs allow seniors to take a shower independently, without any assistance.
Types of Shower Chair
There are various shower chairs specially designed to suit the needs of the user. Before buying a shower chair it is important to understand which suits your needs the best.
While grab bars are essential for bathroom safety, grab rails can be positioned anywhere in and around the home to provide support to the elderly.
• Shower chair with backrest
Useful for people who feel a shower bench is not secure enough, shower chairs with a backrest come with a handicap seat, two armrests, non-slipcover and a backrest. The frame of the bath chair typically comprises of an aluminium structure which makes it light in weight and corrosion resistant, a padded backrest can provide the user extra comfort. The shower chair is best suited for people who need extra support and assistance in the shower.
• Shower chair with arms
To add more convenience while taking a shower, a shower chair with armrests gives the user extra assistance to enter the shower seat from either side or be swivelled over a tub or into the shower and provide a stable support to the user. Shower chair with arms is suitable for a user who needs support while sitting, standing and while washing the body or feet.
• Wall mounted shower seat
This shower chair can be mounted to the wall for a more comfortable experience. The user can choose a fixed or foldable shower chair as per the requirement. A foldable wall mounted shower seat helps to free space as it can be folded when not in use. These type of shower chairs may also have drop down supporting legs, arm rests and back rests for added comfort. A wall-fixed shower seat saves space in the bathroom and is therefore easy to store.
Shower Chairs for Elderly India at Seniority
Shower chairs are useful bathroom accessories, especially for seniors who have mobility issues. A bath chair for elderly is an ideal way to create a more relaxed bathing experience as it aids people with weak limbs or limited mobility. It helps to increase safety by minimizing the risk of slipping and falling. A medical bath chair whilst bathing can help the elderly stay independent during their personal hygiene routine.
Seniority’s exclusive range of shower chairs includes a wide variety of products to suit your needs. These chairs are specially designed to provide complete independence and confidence, making the bathroom a more accessible and secure place.
Guide to Buying the Best Grab Bars for Your Toilets and Bathrooms
Data last updated on 04/06/2021