Bath
What our occupational therapist says ...
Julie is an occupational therapist and has her own practice where she helps people to improve their self-reliance . With many years of experience in occupational therapy, Julie has an excellent and varied knowledge of the subject - making her the ideal person to explain more about the tools we offer and how they can help to live independently at home for longer .

 

Are these bathroom aids OK for the disabled or the elderly?

Absolutely. One of the most common places to fall at home or slip away is your bathroom. That is why we offer such a wide range of bathing aids, ideal for both the elderly and the disabled.

The products in our bathroom help category are designed to help you stay stable and make bathing safer, but still make it pleasant, especially for those who are older or live with a condition such as:

  • Arthritis
  • Sciatica or other back pain
  • Joint Pain
  • fibromyalgia
  • Respiratory problems such as COPD
  • Muscle weakness or pain
  • incontinence
  • Angina or other heart conditions
  • Multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's or other neurological disorders


How useful are bath aids daily?

Most people like to bathe at least once a day, not only to stay clean but also to relax and relieve pain, so with the right aids in the bathroom, this activity can be much easier and more enjoyable.

Preventing falls is the key to reducing fractures and other injuries that can seriously undermine your independence when performing daily activities. For that reason you will find a whole range of bathroom aids on our site that can help you and give you extra support and confidence while bathing.

Temporary bathroom aids, such as a suction cup handle or foldable shower stool , are lightweight and easy to transport - ideal for overnight stays in a hotel or at friends' homes. More permanent variations, such as a wall-mounted fixed handle or a wall-mounted shower chair , can be mounted at home for long-term use.

Our bathroom products also meet a wide range of needs - from bath brushes with a long handle , specially designed for the elderly, who find it difficult to reach their toes or back, to transfer bath benches for people who are supported by a caregiver to bathe or showering.

What makes these bathroom tools different from others I have seen?

After a number of years of practical experience, I can confidently say that we know how to best respond to the diverse needs of our customers. We not only offer top quality bath aids in different styles and sizes to meet your preferences, we also ensure affordability.

In addition, and perhaps most importantly, all our customers can benefit from our free product advice line managed by our team of occupational therapists (OTs). OTs are healthcare professionals who, as part of their education, specialize in helping you to live as independently and safely as possible at home. If you are unsure of which bathroom aids are best for you, please call us on 056 964 956 and discuss your options with one of our professional, experienced and friendly OTs.

What is the advantage of these bathroom aids?

Thanks to our extensive range of bathroom aids, you are likely to find the tools you need - whether you are a healthcare professional looking for the right product for a patient, an informal caregiver looking for a loved one, or you live with a disability, which means you need some extra support at home.

Falls are the main cause of hospital admissions for the elderly and often have a significant impact on independent living. Our bathroom aids for the elderly, including toilet supports to prevent overbalancing and shower chairs to help prevent slipping, are a simple and affordable way to prevent falls.

We also offer a range of bathing aids for the disabled, who have caregiver assistance for bathing. With the shower trolley / shower stretcher , a caregiver can safely shower a child or a smaller person, while a Ropox nursing / swap bench prevents awkward bending for the caregiver and allows them to dress their patients after bathing.

What do you think of these bathing aids?

Our bathroom aids have always been very popular within our range of products for everyday life. This is largely because everyone wants to be able to wash regularly and safely. Because we can easily bathe and wash at home or on vacation, we can go out, meet friends and family and participate confidently in social activities - enjoy life to the full!

Remember that if you have any questions about the bathing aids that we offer, or would like more guidance on the products that suit you best, you can call our free product advice line on 056 964 956 and speak to one of our occupational therapists.


Bath lifts, shower stools, safety rails, raised toilet seats ...

We have a wide range of products for use in the bathroom to make life easier. Letting you gently bags and take you out of the bath using rechargeable battery by pressing the button for the bath we badplanken and badstoelen or quality bath lifts.

Handles can provide useful additional support for anyone with reduced mobility. To make bathing easier, we have a selection of long handle sponges and body washers . There are also raised toilet seats and cushions that provide extra support when using the toilet, as well as a number of toilet seats and portable urinals or bed pans .

Read more
Bath
What our occupational therapist says ...
Julie is an occupational therapist and has her own practice where she helps people to improve their self-reliance . With many years of experience in occupational therapy, Julie has an excellent and varied knowledge of the subject - making her the ideal person to explain more about the tools we offer and how they can help to live independently at home for longer .

 

Are these bathroom aids OK for the disabled or the elderly?

Absolutely. One of the most common places to fall at home or slip away is your bathroom. That is why we offer such a wide range of bathing aids, ideal for both the elderly and the disabled.

The products in our bathroom help category are designed to help you stay stable and make bathing safer, but still make it pleasant, especially for those who are older or live with a condition such as:

  • Arthritis
  • Sciatica or other back pain
  • Joint Pain
  • fibromyalgia
  • Respiratory problems such as COPD
  • Muscle weakness or pain
  • incontinence
  • Angina or other heart conditions
  • Multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's or other neurological disorders


How useful are bath aids daily?

Most people like to bathe at least once a day, not only to stay clean but also to relax and relieve pain, so with the right aids in the bathroom, this activity can be much easier and more enjoyable.

Preventing falls is the key to reducing fractures and other injuries that can seriously undermine your independence when performing daily activities. For that reason you will find a whole range of bathroom aids on our site that can help you and give you extra support and confidence while bathing.

Temporary bathroom aids, such as a suction cup handle or foldable shower stool , are lightweight and easy to transport - ideal for overnight stays in a hotel or at friends' homes. More permanent variations, such as a wall-mounted fixed handle or a wall-mounted shower chair , can be mounted at home for long-term use.

Our bathroom products also meet a wide range of needs - from bath brushes with a long handle , specially designed for the elderly, who find it difficult to reach their toes or back, to transfer bath benches for people who are supported by a caregiver to bathe or showering.

What makes these bathroom tools different from others I have seen?

After a number of years of practical experience, I can confidently say that we know how to best respond to the diverse needs of our customers. We not only offer top quality bath aids in different styles and sizes to meet your preferences, we also ensure affordability.

In addition, and perhaps most importantly, all our customers can benefit from our free product advice line managed by our team of occupational therapists (OTs). OTs are healthcare professionals who, as part of their education, specialize in helping you to live as independently and safely as possible at home. If you are unsure of which bathroom aids are best for you, please call us on 056 964 956 and discuss your options with one of our professional, experienced and friendly OTs.

What is the advantage of these bathroom aids?

Thanks to our extensive range of bathroom aids, you are likely to find the tools you need - whether you are a healthcare professional looking for the right product for a patient, an informal caregiver looking for a loved one, or you live with a disability, which means you need some extra support at home.

Falls are the main cause of hospital admissions for the elderly and often have a significant impact on independent living. Our bathroom aids for the elderly, including toilet supports to prevent overbalancing and shower chairs to help prevent slipping, are a simple and affordable way to prevent falls.

We also offer a range of bathing aids for the disabled, who have caregiver assistance for bathing. With the shower trolley / shower stretcher , a caregiver can safely shower a child or a smaller person, while a Ropox nursing / swap bench prevents awkward bending for the caregiver and allows them to dress their patients after bathing.

What do you think of these bathing aids?

Our bathroom aids have always been very popular within our range of products for everyday life. This is largely because everyone wants to be able to wash regularly and safely. Because we can easily bathe and wash at home or on vacation, we can go out, meet friends and family and participate confidently in social activities - enjoy life to the full!

Remember that if you have any questions about the bathing aids that we offer, or would like more guidance on the products that suit you best, you can call our free product advice line on 056 964 956 and speak to one of our occupational therapists.


Bath lifts, shower stools, safety rails, raised toilet seats ...

We have a wide range of products for use in the bathroom to make life easier. Letting you gently bags and take you out of the bath using rechargeable battery by pressing the button for the bath we badplanken and badstoelen or quality bath lifts.

Handles can provide useful additional support for anyone with reduced mobility. To make bathing easier, we have a selection of long handle sponges and body washers . There are also raised toilet seats and cushions that provide extra support when using the toilet, as well as a number of toilet seats and portable urinals or bed pans .

Read more