At Complete Care Shop, we’re passionate about helping you claim your independence back and doing so with a high level of safety. We have a number of products, including bath grab rails, that give you steady support when getting in and out of the bath, as well as bath shorteners that you place at the bottom of the bath by your feet to keep you at the perfect level while bathing.
As part of our range of bath safety products, we also have a SuperPole Bath Grab Rail. This portable and versatile support pole provides users with assistance when transferring, standing or sitting and can be used next to a bath or any other area where a little extra support would be of benefit, like the toilet or shower.
For the very best of our range to enable greater comfort and support in the bathroom, check out our OT Recommended products, selected by our experts for their functionality, ease of use, safety and value for money. Look out for the green badge.
At Complete Care Shop, we’re determined to help and support you towards increased independence in your every day. With an excellent rating on Trustpilot, it’s clear that we’re a reliable supplier of high-quality bath safety products. If you have any questions about our products, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Bath safety aids are devices that improve bathroom safety by providing stability and support during bathing. They include grab bars, non-slip mats, bath seats, and handheld showerheads. These aids reduce the risk of slips and falls, especially for individuals with limited mobility or balance issues.
To choose the right bath safety aids, consider your specific needs, bathroom layout, and preferences. Identify areas requiring additional support, research different aids based on features like weight capacity and adjustability, and consult healthcare professionals for personalised recommendations.
Install bath safety aids following manufacturer instructions. Ensure secure mounting for grab bars, proper adhesion for non-slip mats, and correct placement for bath seats and handheld showerheads. Regularly inspect and maintain the aids, checking for loose fittings, cleaning with mild soap and water, and replacing any worn-out parts to ensure ongoing safety.