Category: Bathroom Safety

4 Bathroom Safety Tips for Seniors

Nothing quite compares to a hot shower or bath at the end of a long day. Unfortunately, maneuvering through the bathroom can be a risky endeavour for seniors and people living with disabilities. According to the US National Institute of Aging, one in three seniors aged over 65 experience a fall each year, and over […]

A Guide to Grab Bars and Handrails

Falls in the home are a major safety risk for anyone, but especially seniors. A fall can happen in any part of the house, but one of the most common places is the bathroom, where 1 in 3 individuals over the age of 65 experience at least one fall per year. There are a lot […]

Walk-in Bathtubs: Acrylic or Gelcoat?

When installing a walk-in bathtub in the bathroom, one of the biggest decisions a buyer/user has to make is choosing the material of the product. There are currently two different types of walk-in tubs available; acrylic, or gel-coatted, and there is great debate about which is best. In order to help you make this decision […]