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Transfer Benches & Tub/Shower Seats
Portable Tub & Shower Benches
Difficulty getting in and out of the tub is no reason to stay at home! These portable seats are excellent for traveling, but are just as convenient to use at home. They're quick to set up, don't take up much space, and easily stored away when not in use, so other family members using the tub or shower have plenty of room. Whether you're planning a visit, dealing with a temporary mobility issue, or simply don't want a permanent fixture right now, these portable transfer benches are the perfect solution.
Wall Mounted Folding Bench-Style Tub & Shower Seats
For ease of use and security, a wall mounted folding bench is the way to go. These sturdy seats will support more weight than most of our portable models and are always there when you need them - just hanging on the wall waiting to be used. Available in a variety of stylish designs and materials (some with legs for extra support), you're sure to find one that suits your mobility needs and your bathroom décor.
Wall Mounted Folding L-Shaped Tub & Shower Seats
Anyone who has suffered a stroke or has other one-sided mobility issues will appreciate the extra support these L-shaped transfer benches offer. Conveniently wall mounted, they swing down easily when you're ready to use them and fold up to maximize space when you're not. Choose from a variety of quality construction materials - Naugahyde, solid surface, Teak - to match your bathroom design, then enjoy the independence and security these sturdy seats provide.
Grab Bars & Other Mobility Aids
Almost everyone can benefit from grab bars. For those without mobility issues, they offer something sturdy to hold on to in our wet, slippery, unstable bathrooms - and for those who do have problems with mobility, they can mean the difference between being able to use the toilet or shower independently and needing assistance.
Tub & Shower Safety
It seems obvious that trying to stand on a slippery, hard surface full of water is fraught with the possibility of slips and falls, but what may not be so obvious is one of the common causes of those falls - scalding or shower shock. Help to prevent burns by scalding, as well as the shock of freezing cold water every time someone opens a tap in another room that can help contribute to falls, with pressure balancing or thermostatic devices.
More Bathroom Safety Aids
Some methods for keeping your family safe in the bathroom aren't immediately obvious - like using a different colored toilet seat to help those with poor vision or cognitive impairment to find the toilet, or helping to prevent slips and falls related to water leaks with a FloodStop. We've also got lighted mirrors that can serve as nightlights for nighttime bathroom safety and bidet-style toilets that can help improve hygiene and reduce the risk of toilet-related falls and injuries.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. "What does 'ADA Compliant' mean?"
A. Complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 is a comprehensive civil rights act for people with disabilities. On July 26, 1990, the President signed the ADA into law as wide-ranging legislation intended to make American society more accessible to people with disabilities and to prohibit discrimination on the basis of disability. The ADA was built primarily due to the desire of individuals with disabilities to work toward their goal of full participation in American society, and effects the ADA may have on businesses include restructuring or altering the layout of a building, modifying equipment, and removing barriers.