walk in tubs. Friday , April 20th , 2018 - 02:04:03 AM
One of the most basic and most repeated acts in ones life is getting clean. That means once the alarm goes off for most us we know it is time to jump into the shower. This is the routine for millions of people the world over. Afterwards one grabs breakfast and leaves the house for either school or work. We hardly think twice when it comes to this routine but what we fail to realize is that there are thousands of people who cannot perform this simple act of getting into the shower especially when it comes to the bathtub.
Bathing is an ordinary daily routine that is essential for hygiene. The bathroom, however, is an accident prone location for seniors, elderly and the handicapped. Walk in tubs are products with safety features designed for seniors and the disabled. Walk in tubs should have a; low threshold door, an effortless locking mechanism, built-in safety grab bars, ADA compliant seat, easy to operate controls, anti-slip floor, anti-scald valve and rapid draining mechanism.
We are seeing a growing number of Baby Boomers reaching retirement age. Along with advancing years comes the reality of aches and pains and limited mobility. A walk in tub can be a wonderful solution to limited mobility and being able to continue to care for your personal hygiene.
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