Facts About Walk In Baths


by Jason Tate - Date: 2010-10-15 - Word Count: 293 Share This!

Walk in baths are different from a regular bath because it has a door that seals. It is designed for individuals with mobility issues and allows them easier access.

Individuals sit on a bench seat within the walk in bath, which is part of walk in baths. It is a safety measure to help prevent the user from falling. One feature in some walk in baths are massaging jets. It can be comfortable, but also a form of therapy. It might help sooth body aches and pains.

Walk in baths are used to help the user to have independence for a little longer. They are able to perform a bathing routine on their own. It can be a positive element in their life that gives them good feelings that they will continue to have privacy as well.

These baths come in a variety of colours, materials and sizes. There are also options that can be included or left off. One is that the water needs to be flow allowing the individual to turn the water on and off. This will help the tub fill to a comfortable level. Some options that help reduce the risk of accidents are grab rails and slip resistant floors. The grab rail will help individuals keep themselves stable as they enter and exit the bath as well as move around in the bath.

The floor will have a grip foot mat to help reduce slips in the bath. There are also quick fill and drainage options. These are used to help reduce the time it will take to fill the bath with water and drain the water following the bath time. It is important to reduce the time the person has to be in the water and expose to cold air.

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