Disabled Showers

You may find traditional bathtubs and showers in every bathroom. This is an excellent alternative for folks with a medical issues.

Last Updated on March 16, 2023 | Published: May 12, 2022

Disabled Baths Key Points

  • Installing a walk-in bathtub is a great way to bathe in comfort and convenience for the elderly and disabled.
  • The smallest mobility bathroom costs £1500.
  • Both the bath and full-length walk-in bath is a great mobility options.
  • Mobility baths are perfect for people who need to access walk-in baths.

Walk-In Shower Bath

Remember to drain the water and clean the area thoroughly before leaving the bath. If you don’t, then water will go everywhere.

Powered Seat For Bath

People who find it challenging to get into and out of a standard bathtub will find this chair a blessing. The powered chair will lift you over the bath side, into it, and then out.

How Do Easy Access Baths Work In Your Home?

Wheelchair-accessible bathtubs and bathrooms are available in a variety of styles and sizes. An easy access bath is excellent for someone who struggles to use a conventional bath as they are designed for people who have limited mobility.

How Much Does A Walk-In Baths Cost On Average?

Between £500 and £1,000, you may expect to pay for a walk-in bath. An Easy access bath can give you a soothing bath, just like a standard bath for people with limited mobility.

Installing Wet Rooms

Installing a wet room can make it far easier for wheelchair users to access their bathroom. This is because they will get better wheelchair access due to no tray or step, increasing the space available. This can help if someone needs carer assistance. It also gives space to have shower seats installed.

Needing Level Access Shower Trays

Low-level shower trays are great because someone does not need to step over them. An existing bathroom may have raised shower trays, and adjustments and changes may be needed.

What Are Half-Height Shower Doors?

Half-height shower doors are a great way to maintain water and stop water going everywhere, while  keeping the freedom of a wet room. These can make showers more accessible  and reduce the need for a shower curtain and shower screens. You can also get a shower seat added to the shower enclosures. They are half-height panels that only come up to your waist.

Is A Disabled Shower Cubicle Worth It?

Yes, they are worth the investment. If someone needs extra support, you can transform your shower area. You can create an independent living solution for people with extra mobility needs.

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