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Falls can pose a risk for serious injuries. Every year, roughly 3 million seniors visit emergency rooms for care following serious falls, and many of these accidents occur before, during or after showering or bathing. Bath benches can make bathing and showering safer and easier for seniors and individuals with limited mobility. If you or your loved one can benefit from a bath bench, CVS can help you find the best option with a diverse assortment of products that you can buy online.

What are bath benches?

A Bath bench, also known as a bath chair, is a specific type of bathing aid that can help people with disabilities bath independently by providing a safe and comfortable place to sit. Most bathing chairs are designed to be water resistant and are equipped with a suction style tip to prevent the chair from moving while on slippery surfaces. Bath benches are also available with height adjustable seats to meet the needs of a wider range of users.

Benefits of a Bath Seat

A bath seat is a bench, stool or chair that is placed in the tub or shower. In the bathtub, a bath seat eliminates the need to lower oneself down all the way into the tub. This can make it easier for users to transfer in and out of the tub with or without assistance. In the shower, bath seats let users sit down while bathing, helping to reduce the risk of slipping.

Back vs. Backless Shower Chair Options

There are two main types of bath and shower seats: those with backs and backless models. Backless seats are sometimes referred to as stools. Their design is very compact, allowing for easy handling. This type of bath seat can be a convenient option for shared bathrooms where the safety aid will need to be removed when other people use the tub or shower. Bath seats with backs provide extra support for users and can be a better choice for individuals who lack upper body strength or have balance issues.

Models With Grab Bars

Some bath chairs have grab bars built into their sides. When a user is transferring to or from the seat, the bars can provide stability and support some of their weight to simplify the process. The bars also help keep users from slipping off the sides of the bath seat.

Other Features to Consider

Once you have decided which type of bath seat is right for you or your loved one, you can compare the other features of the seats. Be sure to check the maximum weight limits and select a model that is strong enough for the intended user. Some bath seats are height adjustable, allowing them to be raised or lowered to suit users of different heights. Models with small holes in the seats allow water to drain off to help reduce the risk of mold and mildew growth. Folding seats are easy to store when not in use.

 

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