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At Shelden Healthcare we provide a range of bath hoists, also known as bath lift chairs, for those who have difficulty entering and exiting a bath due to illness and mobility limitations. They are designed to offer a safe alternative to the manual strain placed on a carer. For a safer and much more secure way of bathing, bath lift is a must.
As a carer, you need to ensure your patients are placed in the bath comfortably and safely, and when they are finished bathing you can confidently use the bath hoist or bath lift chair to move them back out of the bath. We take great pride in providing high quality products at affordable prices, for those who need it most. If you're unsure on which bath hoist is the best for you and your requirements, please give us a call on 0800 888 6062 and one of our friendly experts will be more than happy to talk about your needs and assist your choices in bathroom mobility equipment in every way they can.
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Statistics have shown that almost one third of citizens (without devices such as bath lift chairs or bath hoists) tend to slip and fall in the bathroom at least once a year, and it is especially more common with elderly people above the age of 65 due to limited mobility. Overall, around 65% of falls result in minor injuries such as bruises and scrapes, although in some cases major injuries such as broken bones do occur.
Among the elderly, falls are common due to co-ordination abilities and muscle strength as this weakens with age. You can reduce the amount of injuries faced in the bathroom by using the correct bathing aids such as bath hoists and bath lift seats.
A bath lift is an aid to help individuals who have difficulty getting in and out of the bath due to illness or limited mobility. They are a battery powered chair which can be placede within the bath to ensure safe bathing experiences.
A bath tub lift chair can be lowered and raised to place an individual in and out of the bath either manually or by a battery powered hand control.
The benefits of using a bath lift ensures that an individual with limited mobility can be lowered and raised in and out of the bath safely and comfortably
We offer both manual and battery powered bath seat and stretcher lifts. We would advise our reclining bath lift chairs which typically feature a comfortable backrest.
Individuals with limited mobility and have difficulty getting in and out of the bath
You will need to think about how easily you can get on the seat and lift your legs your legs over the bath side. You also need to consider if you wish to recline once in the bath.
Depending on the model a bath lift may have features such as a reclining backrest, floating hand control, front cut out in the seat, suction cups, low wheel base and swivel wheels enabling precise positioning underneath height adjustable baths, armrests, padded backrests, stretcher base for patients with more challenging needs.
There are various options to aid individuals with reduced mobility whilst bathing such as a bath lift/hoist or a chair specifically designed to be placed in the shower.