A rubberized barrier that is used to contain water within a roll in shower. Placed along the entrance, a wheeled shower commode compresses the barrier as it passes over. Afterwards, the barrier resumes its original shape and prevents water from exiting the shower.
A cushion that sits within the bathtub to make lying down more comfortable. This provides the user with a headrest and decreases pain associated with sitting on a hard acrylic or iron tub. Great for seniors that love bathing and soaking in a tub.
A plastic container that allows a caregiver to wash someone’s hair while they lie in bed. Great for people that are bed bound due to paralysis or cannot safely get out of bed. Waste water can be drained at the sink afterwards. Great for maintaining hygiene.
A motorized unit that lowers and rises the user in their bathtub. Great for people that have difficulty getting in and out of the tub, but wish to continue soak in the water. It is remote operated and can increase one’s independence with bathing.
A touch free faucet that is activated when you place your hands in front of the sensor. Great for health conscious people that worry about picking up germs and bacteria that are commonly found on regular faucet taps.
A touch free soap dispenser. Simply put your hand in front of the sensor and a controlled amount of soap is dispensed into your palm. Great for health conscious people that worry about getting germs that are commonly found on push button dispensers and surfaces.