Tag - showers

Tips for Picking a Prefab Accessible Shower

The majority of shower stalls are square or rectangular in shape. Round stalls, and corner-style stalls exist as well. What will work best for you Though you always have the option to create a custom-built shower from scratch, there are also plenty of prefab shower models available that can make the remodeling process much easier. Read more here to find out

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Pros and Cons of Walk-in Tubs

Have you recently found yourself in a situation where you or a loved one need extra attention when it’s time to take care of personal hygiene? You’re trying to evaluate all your options. Read this article from Angie’s List about the pros and cons of having a walk-in tub. Entering and exiting a bathtub are times when many mishaps can occur. Walk-in bathtubs can be an easy solution to this problem. These special tubs, which typically have doors that open [...]

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Shower Curtain for Accessible Tubs & Showers

Looking to spruce up your bathroom? Do you have a Walk-in Tub or Walk-in Shower and feel you can’t hang up a shower curtain? This article goes over what’s best to use when it comes to adding a shower curtain to change the look of your bathroom while remaining accessible to your needs. If you are renovating your bathroom to make it more user-friendly for aging needs, or are trying to optimize the bathtub or shower space for someone using [...]

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Take Advantage of Your Small Bathroom

Limited space in a bathroom can be unpleasant to deal with. Especially if you want to have a handicap tub installed, but you’re worried about space. Luckily there are design changes you can make to use your bathroom space more efficiently. By maximizing the efficiency of your design, might still be able to fit a handicap bathtub and enjoy all its benefits. Here are a few ideas that can help you get the most out of your small bathroom. Use Corner [...]

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10 Signs a Person Needs Help

Are you worried about a loved one? Not sure if it’s time to step in and help them or not? Well here is a great article that goes over 10 signs that an elderly person is in need of help. These aren’t end all be all signs, but they are good early warning signs and could be a great gateway to talking to a loved one who might be in need of some extra help. As people age, [...]

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Ten Ways to Make an Elderly Person’s Home Safer

As we get older our homes need to be changed and rearranged a bit to make it a safer place. Not just in the bathroom but all areas might need small tweaks here and there to increase safety and make moving about them easier. We found this great list of 10 home changes that are on the easier side to make, and can help to make your home a lot safer! As loved ones age, family members may have [...]

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