It's Time for Safe Bathing

 


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Most people take the ability to have a bath or shower for granted, but for the hundreds of thousands who suffer from mobility problems accessing a conventional bath or shower is a near impossible task daily task.

The perspective of life changes for an aged individual who is slowly losing their youthful strength or, a disabled person who is incapacitated due to an accident, a fall, etc. In certain other cases, parents of children, who are born with some congenital defects or, disability due to the development of a health problem, would tell you that almost every situation is distressing not only for that individual but also for his or her family.

The mundane task of taking a shower or bath would seem a humungous task requiring tremendous effort. The body’s flexibility undergoes a massive change and those disabled will tell you that everyday tasks of getting into the bathroom, getting out of the shower after taking one: all form the necessary but now, daunting tasks of everyday life.

Irrespective of whether the problem is temporary or permanent, it would be imperative to adapt the home environment to be more disabled-friendly. Simple amendments would include a walk-in bath, bath lifts if required, disabled showers, etc. making the routine activities less challenging and more importantly, safer. The people with a disability or, the aged and their family would tell you that accidents at home are quite frequent, often physically painful- complicating the existing problem and also very frustrating psychologically.

Thanks to an established range of products offered by Bath Time Mobility, specialist in the provision of safe bathing this no longer needs to be the case.

For over 7 years Bath Time Mobility has been providing services in the South England with many thousands of clients benefiting from our products and services. Following on from this success we are now pleased to announce that we are able to cover the North of England, offering the same excellent service and dedication to providing safe bathing.

The range of products includes walk-in baths, hot tub baths, power baths, walk-in showers, shower accessories and bath lifts. Request that home demonstration today or visit our web site which has just been updated with a much wider product range at www.bathtimemobility.co.uk

The range of products includes walk-in baths, hot tub baths, power baths, walk-in showers, shower accessories and bath lifts. Request that home demonstration today or visit our web site which has just been updated with a much wider product range at http://www.bathtimemobility.co.uk

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