Handicap Bars / August 5, 2018 / MillicentChaloux
This can make it so difficult to get out of a shower. With a grab bar this is made simple once again. Since you can put them anywhere in the shower you can find yourself having something to hang on to at waist height or at standing level you have an aide to step out. If you are a person that bathes in the bathtub versus standing for long periods in the shower having one at the tub level to push or pull yourself up on is ideal - and with the two hundred and fifty pound weight capacity you can pretty much ensure that you can lean as heavily as you like without compromising safety. If getting out of the shower isnt a problem perhaps your body has trouble riding from a sitting position on the toilet.
With the bars installed in the bathroom they can offer some degree of safety measure for protection against accidents like falls on a wet and slippery floor. The installation of the shower bars needs some consideration as one needs to identify the places where they should be installed. There are two basic types of shower grab bars available in the market. The first is the traditional one whereas the other is the portable one. The traditional grab bars are screwed permanently in one area. They are usually installed in places where the handicapped will most likely to need it most such as the bath tub the shower and toilet areas. The portable style one comes with suction that allows the person using it to take it anywhere for support.
They can even hold the grab bar firmly to enter the shower area or get in the tub. An ideal solution is to provide a running bathroom grab bars along the bathtub or shower stall to get in easily or get out. Accessories that provide additional safety precautions are also available in case you have elder people residing in your home. You could invest in either a walk in shower or tub so that the rest of the bathroom area is cordoned off to reduce further risks. With the increase in the lifespan of the average American person these functional precautionary steps will help you cater to the needs of your loved ones so that they continue to live safely in the home.