Walk in Bath Tub Health & Lifestyle

Health & Lifestyle

 

Walk In Bath Tubs - Health & Lifestyle


With Seat

With Seat

Reclining (No Seat)

Reclining (No Seat)

With Inward Door

With Inward Door

With Outward Door

With Outward Door

With Rising Door

With Rising Door

With Powered Seat Lift

With Powered Seat Lift

mobility

Mobility

 

 

 

Ask your Healthcare Professional

A walk in bathtub can provide ease of use for those with mobility issues stemming from back pain, diabetes or obesity. Your healthcare professional can recommend a tub with features for these signs of aging.

 

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Features such as threshold height should be taken into consideration for those who may have trouble with steps. Ask your occupational therapist which walk in baths can help you with mobility for independent living.

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arms and hands

Arms & Hands

 

 

 

Ask your Healthcare Professional

Walk in Baths are not only meant for persons with lower body restrictions. Ask your healthcare professional about the benefits for your arms and hands that can result from Multiple Sclerosis, Arthritis or Osteoporosis.

 

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After hospital discharge, a physical therapist can help with the transitions back into independent living. Inquire if a walk in bath would be a good aid for daily living post surgery.

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visionVision

 

 

 

Ask your Healthcare Professional

If you are the family caregiver, you may notice that your mom or dad is losing their vision. Your healthcare professional can advise how a walk in bath can make aging in place safer as a senior.

 

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A walk in bath can make all the difference for seniors with sight issues. See our Learning Materials for safety checks and home health ideas.

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hearingHearing

 

 

 

Ask your Healthcare Professional

Loss of hearing can make independent living difficult for elderly parents. Ask your healthcare professional if a walk in bath would provide bathroom safety for aging at home.

 

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Your occupational therapist can suggest some resources for those that are hard of hearing. See our listings of Aging in Place Events for more resources for seniors.

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memoryMemory

 

 

 

Ask your Healthcare Professional

Memory issues can arise for those with fibromyalgia, sufferers of a stroke, Alzheimer's or dementia. Consult with your healthcare professional to see how a walk in bath can make aging in place easier for you or your forgetful elderly parents.

 

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Bathing is an essential daily living activity for hygiene. Your physical therapist can give advice for choosing the right walk in bath for home health.

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grandkidsGrandkids

 

 

 

Ask your Healthcare Professional

A walk in bath is a suitable addition to a multigen home since it can be used by persons of all ages. If your grandchildren are likely to use the tub often, ask your healthcare professional if there are any specific features to look out for.

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greenGreen

 

 

 

Ask your Healthcare Professional

Wherever possible, it is a good idea to use bathroom safety products made of sustainable materials to help the environment. Ask your healthcare professional for more information about green living for home health.

 

Find More Help

A walk in bath is a large investment. If you are interested in finding those that are the most environmentally friendly, contact a CAPS professional with a green certification.

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visitorsVisitors

 



Ask your Healthcare Professional

If you often have visitors or live in a multigen home, consult with your healthcare professional if a walk in bath is right for you. Based on the bathing preferences of others there may be certain features to look out for.

 

Find More Help

If you are the family caregiver, ask your occupational therapist if your mother or father would benefit from a walk in bath as a part of aging in place transitions.

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Pets