Safety Equipment

Many people when getting older want to stay in the property that they have called home for years. But it might not be designed to accommodate for an aging body. There are others that due to an illness or accident might need some assistance getting around. Either of these people might not yet be at the point where they need home care but could use some additional safety equipment instead. Here are some of the products currently available on the market to help in the bathroom and kitchen.

Grab bars and support rails can be great for those who don't have a lot of stability left in their lower body. These can be used in the shower or beside the toilet. If you're dealing with a smaller space like you would find in a unit in a condo building than you might want to go with a Superpole design that can be placed in the middle of the room and help you to get to both of these things safely. If instead you're interested in a design that is fitted onto the wall there are some that are fitted on similar to a towel rack and others that come out in a U shape. There is certainly one of there that would suit a home no matter what the interior design may be.

Take a look at some bathroom safety equipment for purchase

Those that need to sit down while in the shower also now have several options. The simplest design is a plastic seat that fit to the sides of a bathtub. These are great for someone who has an injury and does not need a permanent solution. There are some quite stylish designs for someone interested in a seat that is always there for them in the shower. If you're living in local real estate and want something to suit a bathroom that uses a lot of wood there are some lovely seats that fold back up into the wall when not in use. This article was brought to you by Cannect.

There is also the option of replacing items in your bathroom to better suit your needs. There are walk-in tubs for those that like to soak but don't have the ability to get into a standard bathtub. There are also hand-held showerheads for those that need them. If you're living on a budget and don't want to cash in your savings than you might be able to apply for funding to make these types of changes within your home. There are many programs out there to help people with physical limitations. In the extreme case there are even wheelchairs that are designed for those who need help with washing and going to the washroom. You should ask your healthcare professional to help you assess your personal needs.

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Monday, June 21, 2021