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Simple Steps To Creating a Safer Home

by Nicola Brown on October 26, 2017 No comments

When it comes to making the home a safer place for someone with reduced mobility, one of the best things that can be done is to adapt the bathroom. This is this the one room in the house responsible for the biggest number of slips and falls, especially among elderly and disabled people. So taking

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Financial Help For Disabled People

by Nicola Brown on October 26, 2017 No comments

At Bathtime Mobility, we’re experts in adapting bathrooms to suit elderly and disabled people. In fact, it’s the only kind of bathroom work we do. Nonetheless, our Blog likes to touch on subjects our potential customers may be interested in, other than, of course, bathrooms. In this blog we thought we’d give a brief overview

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Working Alongside An Occupational Therapist

by Bathtime Mobility on August 30, 2017 No comments

Bathtime Mobility design and install bathrooms to suit people with reduced mobility. Although our project management service covers the whole project from design concept to a fully fitted and functioning bathroom, we often receive enquiries from people who started their mobility bathroom project with an Occupational Therapist (OT). An OT works with people of all

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How To Get In And Out Of The Bath Safely

by Bathtime Mobility on July 19, 2017 No comments

When people find getting into and out of the bath to be difficult, it may be best to consider making some comprehensive changes to the bathroom, such as installing a walk-in bath like the Classic, Avrail or Aventis. An alternative is an easy access shower or wet room, which in some situations may be a

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Safety Considerations For Disabled Bathrooms

by Bathtime Mobility on July 19, 2017 No comments

Declining mobility poses a number of daily problems, one of which is increased difficulty in using the bathroom. Everyday bathrooms can become difficult and dangerous to use, especially when combined with hazards such as puddles of water on the bathroom floor, and high bath rims. The good news is that a few simple bathing solutions

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Walk-In Shower FAQ’s

by Bathtime Mobility on June 9, 2017 No comments

When people first consider a new walk-in shower for a person with reduced mobility they usually have a lot of questions. Particularly if that person is used to using a bath for many years and is unfamiliar with a shower. An easy to access walk-in shower makes a very good alternative to a bath for

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How To Make The Most Of An Oddly Shaped Bathroom

by Bathtime Mobility on March 3, 2017 Comments Off on How To Make The Most Of An Oddly Shaped Bathroom

When designing an accessible bathroom, an oddly-shaped room can call for creativity in finding a solution that’s going to fit your needs. Whether the ceiling slopes, the window is in the wrong place or it has alcoves every few feet, a bathroom’s shape will call for adapting designs to work with features that already exist. However,

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