Grab Rails / August 5, 2018 / MillicentChaloux
Making the bathroom for the elderly and disabled is imperative if they are being cared for at home. The tub and shower area need to be especially safe in order to make it usable for the patient. In such cases safety bars and grab bars need to be added. These are ideal for people who can still get by on their own but need additional safety features to make their experience in the bathroom trauma free. Grab bars are generally needed in the tub or shower area so that the patient is comfortable tending to his/her own bathing. They are also needed in the toilet area as that is a spot where extra support is needed. Grab bars are just what their name implies: bars that can be grabbed when the user feels he needs extra support for balancing lifting himself up or for stepping into and out of the bathing area. Bars may be permanently installed or of the clamp-on removable variety. If these are not available the patient will tend to hold on to towel rails tissue holders or any other attachment that is handy.
If you are able to get something nice that will add value to your home why not pick one up and try it? Grab bars are simple to find. You can pick them up in a number of styles at your local hardware or home improvement store. You may also order them online as well. Holding dead weight up to two hundred and fifty pounds one or two should be all that you need to accent your home and provide independence where assistance would otherwise be needed. These priceless items will add the safety of stability and the beauty of your decorating tastes to your home or bathroom and will not cost you an arm and a leg. We are a home safety modification company run by a therapist team. Our team has installed thousands of wheel chair ramps nj and renovated hundreds of bathrooms to meet the unique needs of our handicap clients. We also installed Electric stair lifts to give the user back their independence and freedom.
Remember that grab bars are small enough to go anywhere and can be placed on the wall in front of your toilet or beside it. Since there are several diameters you can try and get one that will fit in the tightest spaces for compact and durable safety. If your greatest fear is that the grab bar wont match whats in your bathroom there is something for you too! Grab bars dont have to be just plain old stainless steel nor do they have to be plain on the ends or attach so coldly into the wall. Available for user enjoyment are other colors such as white or bronze and there are some styles available that are very pretty and pleasant to look at as well. These kinds of grab bars are wonderful additions to your home and best of all the beauty of the items do not take away from the safety they provide.