A small height adjustable stool that can be placed in one’s shower or bathtub. It swivels, allowing someone to shift their lower body from one side to another with greater ease. Just be cautious when going to sit or stand as it can turn easily.
A height adjustable chair with rubber feet to minimize slipping inside a wet bath tub or shower. This chair does not have a backrest so it should be used by those that have good sitting balance, but need to rest often.
A bath chair with backrest and arms used in a shower or bathtub by someone with difficulty standing for long durations. This chair has armrests that one can use to push off of to get into standing. Great for those that have difficulty with strength and endurance.
A height adjustable chair with rubber feet to minimize slipping inside a wet bath tub or shower. This chair also has a backrest and is great for those that have balance issues, need to rest often or sit down during showers.
A bathroom transfer aid that helps people step in and out of their bathtub / shower combos. This clamps onto the tub edge and is held there by tension / pressure. Generally used by people with minimal difficulty stepping over the tub edge.
A rigid frame that surrounds your toilet. It is used as a toilet transfer aid, allowing an individual to push off the frame to get into standing or use it as a guide to slowly lower oneself onto the toilet.