6 Surprising Facts About Arthritis

by Bathtime Mobility on September 4, 2015 Comments Off on 6 Surprising Facts About Arthritis

Arthritis is an illness that a great many people suffer from, particularly as they get older. It can make everyday life incredibly difficult, particularly as it can make almost any joint impossible, or extremely difficult, to move. There are a variety of changes that you will be required to make to your everyday life, possibly

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Improving Mobility In Your Small Bathroom

by Bathtime Mobility on September 3, 2015 Comments Off on Improving Mobility In Your Small Bathroom

Typically the smallest room in the house, bathrooms can be incredibly difficult to navigate, particularly if you suffer from reduced or impaired mobility. The trick to ensuring that you can move around your bathroom in a safe and comfortable manner is twofold; Ensure that you optimise your bathroom design for its space. With intelligent design,

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The Bath Lift – An Easy Alternative To Refurbishment?

by Bathtime Mobility on September 2, 2015 Comments Off on The Bath Lift – An Easy Alternative To Refurbishment?

If your mobility is really starting to affect your bath time, or you have an elderly relative who’s just moved in with you, then you’ll no doubt be considering a complete bathroom refurbishment to make your home more mobility-friendly. Before you commit yourself to a full refurbishment, which can often require a great deal of

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How Do Your Elderly Relatives Cope In The Bathroom?

by Bathtime Mobility on September 1, 2015 Comments Off on How Do Your Elderly Relatives Cope In The Bathroom?

Everybody ages and, when they do age, it is extremely common for them to suffer mobility issues. Often, these issues do not develop all at once, but appear as the result of gradual advancement. In fact, few of us actually notice the impact that increased age can have on our elderly relatives and how difficult

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Improving Your Standard Of Living

by Bathtime Mobility on August 27, 2015 Comments Off on Improving Your Standard Of Living

For elderly and those people who suffer from mobility issues such as arthritis, copying with daily life can be extremely difficult. The modern world and all the obstacles that it provides can take up a lot of time and energy, two things that are often in short supply when suffering from a debilitating mobility issue.

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5 Tips To Living With Arthritis

by Bathtime Mobility on August 26, 2015 Comments Off on 5 Tips To Living With Arthritis

Arthritis is a debilitating illness and living with it can be no easy task. As soon as you’re diagnosed with arthritis, you need to start making adjustments to your life to ensure that you can remain able to enjoy life even as you’re dealing with the illness. Here at Bathtime Mobility, we understand that dealing

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The Best Spa Weekends For Wheelchair Users

by Bathtime Mobility on August 5, 2015 Comments Off on The Best Spa Weekends For Wheelchair Users

Everybody enjoys a luxurious experience once in a while, from the high-intensity sports massage to alleviate the agony of those aching muscles and joints to a manicure to make your hands really stand out. However, there are few spa experiences which are accessible for wheelchair or mobility-conscious users. Spas have become massively more popular over

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Walk-In Baths – Not Just For The Elderly

by Chris Brown on August 4, 2015 Comments Off on Walk-In Baths – Not Just For The Elderly

Caring for anyone with any form of disability can be stressful to say the least. Even the most basic of tasks, which you might have previously taken for granted, can become operations which require thought, effort and even some logistical consideration! Whilst most people are aware of how much easier walk-in baths can be for

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Removing The Barriers To Moving Downstairs

by Chris Brown on August 3, 2015 Comments Off on Removing The Barriers To Moving Downstairs

If your mobility, or a loved one’s, is starting to suffer and your home is unsuitable for a stair lift or any other form of ascending mobility aid, then you are faced with a difficult choice. Either you move into a single-floored home, which can be extremely difficult to find, or you turn the lower

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Reducing The Risk Of Trips And Falls For The Elderly

by Chris Brown on July 31, 2015 Comments Off on Reducing The Risk Of Trips And Falls For The Elderly

We all want to make sure that our elderly family members are kept safe, particularly in their own homes. We also want to make sure that they can remain independent and free to do as they like for as long as we can. Reducing the in-house risk of tripping or falling is the first step

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