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Mobility Shower and Bath Seats

It's not unusual for people to develop problems getting in and out of their bath or shower. Sometimes it's just a result of getting older and becoming less mobile, or it could be due to an illness or injury. If you are having difficulty, there are ways you can make life easier and enjoy the relaxing feeling of a hot bath or shower in comfort with mobility shower and bath seats. With a vast range of designs and colours, these practical items will also suit your bathroom aesthetically, available are in the form of plastic seats and aluminium seats .

Bath seats

If you're missing your baths and want to be able to enjoy a long soak once again, you could invest in a bath lift to help ease you in and out. Most bath lifts are comprised of just a seat that can be placed securely in the bath when you need to use it. It sits level with the top of your bath, and when you want to use it, you simply move your legs over and into the bath. When you want to get out you just raise the hoist to its original position and you can get out without having to empty it first. Bath lifts are easily removed and stored so other people can use the bath too.

There is the option of an inflatable bath seat too if that appeals to you. An inflatable bath seat is the ultimate convenience as all you need to do is inflate it, sit on the seat and then press a button to be raised and lowered as and when you need to get in and out of the bath.

Shower seats

Separate shower chairs are another useful option for anyone with reduced mobility. These types of shower chairs often come with detachable back rests and are adjustable to suit your needs.

A more permanent solution for bath lovers is the walk in bath, although these can prove to be inconvenient. In addition to the installation of the bath you'll also have to get into the bath when it's empty and sit in it while it fills up. Most people with limited mobility can enjoy their bath or shower again with the help of these mobility aids.

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