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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How Can Intelligent Disability Bathroom Design Help To Facilitate Aging In Place?

by Bathtime Mobility on November 12, 2015 Comments Off on How Can Intelligent Disability Bathroom Design Help To Facilitate Aging In Place?

When it comes to bathroom installation and design, there are a range of things that you need to consider, particularly if you, or anyone in your household, is suffering from reduced levels of mobility. Whether the bather suffers from arthritis, joint pain, a lack of balance or just worry over the potential of injury, you

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The Definitive Guide To A Disabled Wet Room

by Bathtime Mobility on November 11, 2015 Comments Off on The Definitive Guide To A Disabled Wet Room

Most people these days are forced to make the most of showers rather than baths, as they are much quicker and much more water and energy efficient than more traditional bathtubs. With that in mind, it is also no surprise that more and more people are choosing to make the most of stylish and practical

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7 Wet Rooms Myths That You Need To Put Aside

by Bathtime Mobility on November 10, 2015 Comments Off on 7 Wet Rooms Myths That You Need To Put Aside

Whilst traditional bathrooms do have their advantages, wet rooms have been growing in popularity for many years, and they look set to continue to do so into the future! However, there are many myths still in circulation about wet rooms that are really holding some people back from joining in with the latest practical bathroom

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Maintaining Your Balance And Staying Flexible During Old Age

by Bathtime Mobility on November 9, 2015 Comments Off on Maintaining Your Balance And Staying Flexible During Old Age

Two of the major issues which affect people as they get older are a loss of balance and massively reduced flexibility, which can really impair everyday life. These two issues are the most pressing reasons as to why the bathroom is such a dangerous environment for the elderly and can result in a range of

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Keeping Active And Staying Fit As You Get Older

by Bathtime Mobility on November 6, 2015 Comments Off on Keeping Active And Staying Fit As You Get Older

Even if you suffer from issues of limited mobility, you can still make the time to be active and healthy. There are a range of steps that you take within your home, including the installation of disability baths, to improve its suitability for your mobility levels and multiple types of exercise which are ideal for

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Easy Ways To Clean Disabled Showers

by Bathtime Mobility on October 8, 2015 Comments Off on Easy Ways To Clean Disabled Showers

Whilst nobody looks forward to getting on their hands and their knees to clean a shower, those which have been designed with the physically impaired or mobility-conscious user in mind are much easier to clean than traditional designs. This is one of the major reasons that disabled showers are actually becoming more popular amongst a

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Why Do I Need A Walk-In Shower?

by Bathtime Mobility on October 7, 2015 Comments Off on Why Do I Need A Walk-In Shower?

Where a lot of people go wrong, is that they assume that bathroom features, like walk-in showers and baths, are solely for the elderly or disabled people. However, over the past decade or so, they have become extremely popular amongst the latest in interior designs, for their style and their practicality. They offer a range

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Things To Consider When Choosing Your Bath Lift

by Bathtime Mobility on October 2, 2015 Comments Off on Things To Consider When Choosing Your Bath Lift

Bath lifts are an excellent tool for elderly people, or those who suffer from issues relating to their mobility. They allow the user to enjoy the therapeutic benefits of a hot bath and retain their independence without having to risk injuring themselves or putting themselves through discomfort or pain whilst entering or exiting the bath

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How To Self-Treat Joint Hypermobility

by Bathtime Mobility on October 1, 2015 Comments Off on How To Self-Treat Joint Hypermobility

For many people with joint hypermobility, it doesn’t tend to cause any issues. For the most part, all it means is that the person in question is particularly supple and able to move their limbs into positions that many other people find impossible. Whilst this can be a great advantage to people in certain professions,

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