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Shower Chairs

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Regular and heavy duty bedside commodes, raised toilet seats, and toilet safety frames for hygiene and bathroom safety. more info

Transfer Benches

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Bathroom Safety Bath & Shower Bath Lifts
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Our medical bathroom safety and shower accessories category contains products that assist users in the shower and bath tub. more info
Bath Lift and Bathtub Assists for individuals needing assistance in the bath. more info
Commodes Shower Commode Wheelchairs Tilt In Space Shower Chairs/Commode Chairs
Regular and heavy duty bedside commodes, raised toilet seats, and toilet safety frames for hygiene and bathroom safety.
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We offer wide choices of high quality shower commode wheelchairs with different seat sizes and arm styles used for showers. With a large selection from the leading manufactures such as Invacare, Eagle, Nova, Medline, Carex, Drive, and MJM. We believe we have the Shower Wheelchair or Shower Commode Wheelchair you are looking for.
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ActiveAid Tilt-in-Space Shower Chairs/Commode Chairs are available with either 18" or 20" seat width and have a 350 pound weight capacity. more info
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LiteShower Wheelchair Accessible Portable Shower Stall LiteShower Wheelchair, Recliner Model Portable Shower Stall LiteShower Tall Model - General purpose indoor portable showers
  • The standard model allows a person to sit in a shower wheelchair
  • Mesh shower bag included
  • Wheelchair-accessible shower
  • Design for people to lay down the shower
  • Tray size: 3 ft wide by x 7 ft long
  • Tray weight: 8 lbs
    • Design for people to stand up in the shower
    • Tray size: 3 ft wide by x 4 ft long
    • Tray weight: 4 lbs
      LiteShower Shower-in-bed Model - Taking real shower bath in bed LiteShower Bariatric Model - Roomy design for large Patient / Chair
      • Generally roll the patient to one side of the bed
      • Place the self-supporting and collapsible shower tray on the bed
        • Design for people to sit down the shower
        • Tray size: 4 ft wide by x 4 ft long
        • Tray weight: 5 lbs
          Thank you for shopping at the bath and shower department at the Medical Department Store. We have provide a wide variety of bath and shower aid products for our customers to use as a resource, both healthcare professionals and individuals. These products are essential for those who have needs that are related to limited mobility.

          • Shower Chair: A shower chair provides a stable seating option for individuals who find it difficult to stand for long periods or have balance issues while showering. These chairs typically feature a sturdy frame with non-slip rubber feet and a comfortable seat. Some models may include armrests and backrests for additional support.
          • Bath Bench: Similar to a shower chair, a bath bench offers a seating solution for individuals who need support while bathing. Bath benches are typically longer and wider than shower chairs, providing a larger seating area. They are designed to fit partially or entirely inside the bathtub and often feature adjustable legs to accommodate different tub heights.
          • Raised Toilet Seat: A raised toilet seat is an attachment that fits securely onto the existing toilet bowl, increasing its height. This helps individuals with mobility issues or joint pain to sit down and stand up from the toilet more easily. Raised toilet seats come in various heights and styles, and some models feature padded armrests for added support.
          • Transfer Bench: A transfer bench is a specialized seating device used to facilitate safe entry and exit into the bathtub or shower for individuals with limited mobility. It consists of a sturdy bench with one side extending beyond the edge of the bathtub or shower stall. Users can sit on the bench outside the tub, then slide across the extended portion to access the bathing area without needing to step over the tub's edge.

          These bathroom aids are invaluable for maintaining independence and reducing the risk of accidents in the bathroom, especially for seniors or individuals with disabilities. It's important to choose the right products based on individual needs and preferences, and consulting with a healthcare professional or occupational therapist can provide guidance on selecting the most suitable options.