adam. walk in tubs. April 15th , 2018.
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.
Traditional shower design often fails to take into account the limited mobility factor that accessible walk in bathtubs address. This creates challenges for the user who experiences physical impediments that make bathing a frustrating and complicated process.
Walk-in tubs and showers have become very popular. While there is really nothing with the current baths and tubs that we know of, there is a sizable section of the population that has a problem cannot use them like the rest of us do. Take senior citizens for instance. Many are afflicted with rheumatoid arthritis which is a crippling disease that causes the inflammation of joints and severely limits movement.
More than 25% of injuries sustained by people over 65 happen from related falls in a bathroom. Given the fact that so many accidents happen in the bath, we wanted to give our mother something very safe and walk in baths seemed to fit our need.
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