Bathroom Aids

Bathroom Aids
  • drive Bath Bench Drive Medical 12203KD-4

    Drive

    drive Aluminum Bath Bench, 19-1/4 Inch Seat Width

    Tool-free assembly of seat and legs Drainage holes in bench reduce slipping Frame is lightweight, durable and corrosion proof New pinch-free cover allows for push pins to be depressed without pinching finger The audible "click" will be heard when secure...

    Starting at $29.99
  • drive Folding Commode Chair Drive Medical 11148-1

    Drive

    drive Steel Folding Commode Chair, 16-1/2 to 22-1/2 Inch Height

    Folds flat for convenient storage and transportation Plastic snap on seat and lid Grey powder coated steel welded construction increases strength Plastic arms for added comfort Comes complete with 7.5 qt. commode bucket, cover and splash shield Limited...

    $48.99
  • McKesson Bath Bench McKesson Brand 146-12203KD-4

    McKesson

    McKesson Bath Bench, Aluminum Frame - 400 lbs Capacity, 19 1/4 in Width

    Provide safety, support and stability in the shower with the Fixed Handle Bath Bench by McKesson. The strong aluminum frame resists rust and corrosion and supports up to 400 pounds. This gray McKesson bath bench also has a seat with drainage holes to...

    Starting at $49.24
  • Carex Bath Bench Apex-Carex Healthcare FGB671C0 0000

    Carex

    Carex Plastic Bath Bench, 21 Inch Seat Width

    Sit comfortably in the shower or bathtub with the Carex universal bath seat with back. The legs feature rubber feet for non-slip balance. They also each have a threaded exact level mechanism, allowing users to select their preferred height with precision...

    $59.98
  • drive Bath Bench Drive Medical 12445KD-1

    Drive

    drive Aluminum Bath Bench, 16 Inch Seat Width

    Shower chair with back has removable padded armrests and is made with recycled materials.300-lb weight capacity Aluminum frame is lightweight, durable and corrosion proof Blow molded bench provides comfort and strength Drainage holes in bench reduce...

    $76.99
  • McKesson Emesis Basin McKesson Brand 56-80367

    McKesson

    McKesson Gray Emesis Basin, 20 oz.

    Package Count: 250. Collect fluids and prevent spillage with the emesis basin from McKesson. Use it to hold water and other solutions, maintain oral hygiene and contain body fluids. The emesis tray also comes in handy for collecting expectorate, medical...

    $69.99
  • drive Bathtub Grab Bar Drive Medical RTL12036-ADJ

    Drive

    drive Bathtub Grab Bar, Clamp Mounted, Steel - White, 3 in - 7 in W

    Entering and exiting a tub is easier and safer with the support of the Drive Clamp-on Tub Rail. With durable steel construction, the rail supports up to 300 pounds, and features a white, powder-coat finish to protect against moisture exposure. The...

    $44.26
  • McKesson Folding Commode Chair McKesson Brand 146-RTL11158KDR

    McKesson

    McKesson Steel Folding Commode Chair, 17 to 23 Inch Height

    Make night time easier with the McKesson Folding Commode Chair by the bedside. The frame is made of welded steel and has a blue powder-coated finish, supporting up to 350 pounds. Non-skid tips on the bottom prevent the McKesson steel frame folding...

    $69.99
  • Sani-Bag Commode Liner Phillips Environmental dba Cleanwaste H645S10P

    Sani-Bag

    Sani-Bag+ Commode Chair Liner for Easy Clean Up

    Sani-Bag+ commode/bedpan liners contain a non-toxic waste treatment powder that turns liquids to solid – preventing contamination through backsplash and controlling odors and allowing for multiple and overnight usage.Wedge cushions significantly reduce...

    Starting at $23.25
Bathroom Aids

For people with mobility issues, the bathroom can be a dangerous place. According to the National Institute on Aging, 80% of falls occur in bathrooms, and falls are a leading cause of emergency room visits among seniors.

Making the bathroom as safe as possible can go a long way towards reducing the likelihood of accidents in the home, and there are many types of bathroom aids and safety equipment that can assist.



Grab Rails and Bars

Grab rails and grab bars are one of the most common accommodations for people with poor mobility. These are the metal bars that you find in the accessible stalls of public bathrooms. They are permanent and must be bolted to the bathroom walls.

Grab bars and rails can be installed next to the toilet, the tub, and even in the shower. They are capable of holding a person’s full weight. However, towel racks are not a substitute for grab bars and can cause accidents.

Suction grab bars may be a versatile alternative for those who need extra stability but do not require a grab bar to support their full weight. Suction grab bars, as the name implies, are secured to surfaces with suction cups. This allows them to adhere to virtually any smooth surface. In addition, suction grab bars do not require tools for installation and can be installed, moved, and removed as needed.



Toilet Seat Extenders

If getting on and off the toilet is difficult but you don’t want to or cannot install safety bars, a toilet seat extender may be an option. Toilet seat extenders, also called raised toilet seats, sit atop the regular toilet seat and add several inches to the height of the toilet. Some are equipped with arms, which add stability and can assist with rising after using the toilet. Toilet seat extenders are an inexpensive alternative to installing a handicapped toilet.



Toilet Frames

Safety frames are another alternative to grab bars and rails for assistance in sitting and standing while using the toilet. Safety frames are made of metal tubing, usually aluminum, with non-slip handgrips and surround the toilet to act as stand-alone grab bars.

Toilet safety frames come in a variety of styles and may be free-standing frames or may attach to the toilet for stability instead.


Commode Chairs

Commode chairs may also be an option, especially for people who have difficulty making it to the bathroom in time. Commode chairs, like toilet frames, consisting of a metal tubing frame with non-slip grips on the side rails. However, rather than sitting above the existing toilet, they hold a basin or bucket with an attached toilet seat and lid similar to a child’s potty chair. Commode chairs are lightweight and can be easily moved. Some models fold up for even easier transport.

While bathroom safety is essential, other bathroom medical aids such as self-wiping aids (which extend the user’s reach and make it easier to wipe) and urine splash guards can make using the bathroom a more positive experience. For all your bathroom aid needs, visit SimplyMedical today.