adding colour to a disabled bathroom

Tips On Adding Colour To Your Disability Bathroom Design, Without It Looking Cheap!

by Bathtime Mobility on January 25, 2016 Comments Off on Tips On Adding Colour To Your Disability Bathroom Design, Without It Looking Cheap!

Adding a splash of colour to your bathroom design can be fairly daunting for many people, largely because so many interior design trends of the past have focused on neutral tones only. However, modern disability bathroom design is focused on the combination of practicality, comfort and style rather than just designing a bathroom which only focuses

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maintaning style in a disability bathroom

Maintaining Style In A Mobility Bathroom

by Bathtime Mobility on January 4, 2016 Comments Off on Maintaining Style In A Mobility Bathroom

One of the major criticisms targeted towards those bathrooms which are designed to be as accessible and safe as possible is that they often require the exchange of style for security. However, with more and more products being created all the time which combine both style and safety, such as the diverse range of comfortable

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Living With Arthritis: 5 Tips To Make Your Life A Little Easier

by Bathtime Mobility on December 31, 2015 Comments Off on Living With Arthritis: 5 Tips To Make Your Life A Little Easier

Living with arthritis can be an extremely difficult task. Everyday actions and movements are much harder and even raising your arm can be a painful, strenuous activity. There are hundreds of different techniques that people employ to reduce the impact that arthritis can have on their life, and a range of products, including disabled showers,

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Professional Care For Your Elderly Relatives

by Bathtime Mobility on December 30, 2015 Comments Off on Professional Care For Your Elderly Relatives

As you get older, and watch your parents get older, it is inevitable that you’ll start to think about how they will cope with their day-to-day living. As the average living age increases, it is true that more and more of us are living well into our 80s and 90s, and many of our elderly

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Changing Places And Disabled Bathrooms In London!

by Bathtime Mobility on December 29, 2015 Comments Off on Changing Places And Disabled Bathrooms In London!

With more and more focus being placed on improving the quality of life for disabled people all over the country, it’s no surprise that public toilets and bathrooms are also becoming more and more disabled friendly. One of the organisations really pushing for the country-wide improvement of public toilets is the Changing Places Consortium, which

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The Physical, Mental And Therapeutic Benefits Of Disabled Baths!

by Bathtime Mobility on December 28, 2015 Comments Off on The Physical, Mental And Therapeutic Benefits Of Disabled Baths!

Disabled baths offer a huge variety of advantages to mobility-conscious and elderly and disabled people, including increased physical security. What you might not have considered, however, is that models of these designs can provide both physical and mental benefits, which can really have a dramatic effect on the user’s day-to-day life and drastically improve their

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Renovating A London Home To Create A Disability-Friendly Space

by Bathtime Mobility on December 23, 2015 Comments Off on Renovating A London Home To Create A Disability-Friendly Space

Whether you are a disabled person or you are caring for a person with a disability of any kind, you’ll know how important it is to ensure that your home is properly equipped to deal with specific requirements. The only real problem is that many builders, particularly for older homes, didn’t consider these issues and

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The Elderly Are The Most Frequent Gym-Goers In The UK!

by Bathtime Mobility on December 22, 2015 Comments Off on The Elderly Are The Most Frequent Gym-Goers In The UK!

The typical vision of a gym or health club, in recent years, has been dominated by fit, young twenty year olds and heavily muscled men in tight shorts, but that is changing completely. Nuffield Health, an organisation which provides and works within gyms, medical centres and hospitals, recently undertook a study which showed that the

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A Buyer’s Guide To Slide And Walk-In Baths

by Bathtime Mobility on November 16, 2015 Comments Off on A Buyer’s Guide To Slide And Walk-In Baths

Unfortunately, traditional bathtubs are only really suitable for those whom have absolutely no trouble with their mobility, balance or flexibility. This means that it can be extremely difficult, or even impossible, for someone who does suffer from mobility issues to easily enter or exit their bath. Two of the main options available are walk-in and

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Disability Bathroom Design: 7 Signs Of A Hazardous Bathroom

by Bathtime Mobility on November 13, 2015 Comments Off on Disability Bathroom Design: 7 Signs Of A Hazardous Bathroom

For most people, the most dangerous area of the home is typically the kitchen, but for the elderly or the infirm, the bathroom is more often than not the part of the home where the most incidents occur. It isn’t hard to see why either, the slick, slippery surface, spilled water and condensation and the

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