Shower chairs are one of the basic equipment for those living with disability or for ageing people when it comes to hygiene. These simplistic chairs allow a user to simply sit on the chair and either shower themselves or be showered by a carer. Additionally it provides users with a safe and comfortable place to rest while showering if they aren’t able to stand for long periods of time.
Personal hygiene and bathing are day-to-day activities that people do on a daily basis. However for those living with disability even the most basic of things can be difficult for them and that can lead to frustrations and a loss of dignity. Here at Active Mobility Systems our baths are made to order and help people living with disability with personal hygiene as well as assist their carers in their day-to-day hygiene duties.
Creating an accessible bathroom is a daunting and challenging task as many factors need to be considered in the design phase such as the placement of grab rails, toilets, baths etc. however there are general tips to keep in mind when undergoing such endeavours. What are those tips? Read below for some of them that we’ve found out.
Change tables are small, raised platforms used by carers to assist their patients in changing. These are usually used in bathrooms and changing rooms to help patients with their daily hygiene routines. Active Mobility have a wide range of changing tables in stock from simple, basic ones to bariatric change tables available. But confused about which ones to choose? We’ll list the change tables that our customers most enquire about.
A shower trolley is a refreshing alternative to a full immersion bath; aside from the hygiene benefits it gives patients the dignity they deserve and caregivers are supported through the multiple features of shower trolleys.