Shower & Bathroom Aids

Mobility Aids Australia’s range of shower and bathroom aids assist those with strength, mobility, and accessibility issues, and are suitable for use in hospital, aged care, community care and home care environments.

 

Improve Bathroom Accessibility:

One of the biggest concerns around the bathroom is how users get in and out of the bath safely. There are a few tips and hints to help improve bathroom accessibility:
• Remove all rugs and carpet. Make sure the floor is non-slip or fit a non-slip mat next to the bath. A non-slip mat inside the bath is essential.
• To help get in and out, the bath should have a clamp-on grab rail or there should be a grab rail fitted on the wall. A bath board can help by sitting the person on the board before swinging their legs into the bath.
• Handheld bath or shower hoses are essential for sitting or standing in the bath.

Improve Shower Accessibility

Improve shower safety and accessibility with these products:

• Non-slip mats are essential – both inside and outside the shower
• Shower chair to improve shower safety
• Grab rails for extra support and safety
• Shower stools make showering more comfortable
• There is a good range of shower commodes and mobile transporters available, which can be safely used in a shower. In this case, a handheld shower hose is more essential for seated people.
• Many showering/bathing devices are available including suction nailbrushes, long handled toe washers and easily removable bath plugs.
• Transporter commodes – Transporter commodes are designed to minimise patient transferring and ensure patient and carer safety.

Browse Mobility Aids Australia’s range of shower and bathroom aids today and improve bathroom and shower accessibility, and independence.