This section features a selection of bathing accessories. Welcome Mobility provides a large range of high-quality accessories to make bathing stress-free. Whether it be a waterproof bath pillow, long-handled scrubber or a shower
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- A rubber non-slip bathmat for use in the bath to allow for more grip and ensuring a safer bathing experience.
- Vat ExemptA long and curved handle makes this brush ideal for people with movement restrictions.
- Vat ExemptA self-adhesive non-slip strip for baths and showers.
- A soft cushion that offers comfort and support during bathing.
- A secure and comfortable bath mat in four size options.
- A durable water-resistant protector for casts or wounds in a range of sizes for use on arms, legs, ankles and hands.
- Vat ExemptA useful reaching aid that allows the user to wash their own hair without strain.
- A unique product that can make bathing safer for shorter people and older children.
- This unconventional unit blows warm air over the user after a shower or bath.
- This non-slip mat makes using a shower or bath safer.
- A useful pair of plastic tap turners that can be used to make existing taps easier to turn.
- Vat ExemptA simple yet effective pair of handles that can make taps easier to use.
- Vat ExemptA useful device that can clamp onto bath taps and make them easier to turn.
- Vat ExemptAn inflatable cushion that can be used in a bath.
- Vat ExemptA foam seat and backrest that can be used to make bathing more comfortable
- An extra long mat which provides a non-slip surface along the entire length of the bath, maximising safety while bathing.
- These non-slip pads can be stuck onto a bath to make bathing safer.
- An inflatable pillow that can be used to support posture in the bath.
- Vat ExemptA useful bathing tool that allows the user to wash hard to reach areas.
- Vat ExemptA rubber bath mat that has raised nodules on the surface to make it more comfortable.
- Vat ExemptA non-slip bath mat that can be used to make bathing safer and more comfortable.
- Vat ExemptA useful tool that allows the user to clean and exfoliate their feet without bending over.
- Vat ExemptA hair washing cap that cleanses hair in one simple step - without bowls, shampoo or water.
- Vat ExemptAn inflatable cushion that can improve bathing comfort.
- Vat ExemptA range of self-adhesive non-slip pads for use on the floor of a bath.
- Safety Treads
- Vat ExemptA brush with a long handle that can assist in effective bathing.
- Vat ExemptA slip-resistant mat for use in baths and showers.
- A brilliant device for your sinks or bath which monitors the water level and helps prevent flooding or scalding.
- A bath mat that makes bathing safer and that also features a brush for scrubbing the feet.
Items to help people who might have restricted physical abilities due to conditions often associated with old age, or relevant to particular disabilities.
Many conditions may make bathroom routines a challenge.
They include compromised flexibility which may make it hard to reach certain parts of the body, or bend at the waist, for example.
Reduced coordination or balance may also play a part.
Many people, especially in the elderly community, suffer from a degree of arthritis, and this may impact particular areas of the body.
There are various kinds of non-slip mats and strips which adhere to the floor, making the bathroom safer for people vulnerable to slipping.
These include traditional bath mats, which prevent you sliding in the bath itself.
Available in different sizes, these usually fix in place with some suction cups on the underside.
Mats like this are also available in sizes suitable for square-floor shower cubicles.
Bath shorteners are a practical bathing aid if you’re prone to slipping down the bath.
These fit at one end and effectively reduce the bath’s length.
Tiled bathroom floors are routinely wet, so are frequently slippery.
This makes them potentially hazardous to someone with compromised balance.
There are strips and non-slip pads which create high-friction points on the floor, making slipping less likely.
Keeping casts and wounds dry can make bathing or showering difficult.
Waterproof cast protectors are a great way of guarding against moisture ingress.
These clever items slip over the area of the body you want to protect and have a sealing mechanism which fits tightly to the skin, keeping water out.
Waterproof cast protectors come in various sizes.
You can select one for the foot, the arm, lower leg or full leg, so there should be an option to suit you.
People with arthritis in the hands or fingers, who have general loss of strength, may find turning taps a difficult process.
To help with this routine task, tap turners may be the answer.
They fit to the existing taps and increase the leverage the user is able to apply, making them easier to turn, even if you have a weak grip.
Inflatable bath cushions are a popular bathing accessory.
These blow-up cushions fit behind your head, improving comfort as you lay in the bath.
For people with restricted mobility, reaching certain parts of the body can be hard.
Long handled bathroom tools may help.
There are scrubbers and specific hair washing tools, all with extra long handles.
Some have shafts which can be bent into the desired shape, ideal for reaching areas of the back, for instance.