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Making Bathrooms Safe for Seniors

More than one in three persons over age 65 fall each year, often at home. If falls do happen, luckily, most do not result in any injury with the exception of a minor bruise or scraped knee. But falling in the bathroom is an entirely different matter. According to a 2011 study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 200,000 Americans are treated in emergency departments for bathroom-related injuries annually. Due to a multitude of reasons, bathrooms are very hazardous. Bathrooms have unforgiving and slippery surfaces, and few dependable things to grasp onto, whic... View More

Why Should You Purchase A Safe Shower?

The majority of accidents in all homes occur in the bathroom. Of those injuries, the majority are bathtub related (Falling into the tub, falling out the tub, etc.). Thankfully, Safe Shower in Austin wants to relieve you of the stress that can be caused by taking a shower in a slippery and often uneven tub. Walk-In Safety Showers offer seniors and the handicapped with the most convenient and safe way to take a shower. With sliding doors and a low curb entry, entering and exitin... View More

3 Ways To Make Your Bathroom Safer As You Get Older

As you get older things in your home that may not have been an issue for you previously begin to gain your attention. Something as simple as an uneven floorboard or a high cabinet can all of a sudden be a hazard. In the case of your bathroom, our number one tip is always going to be to have a Safe Shower installed, after all, your safety is guaranteed. However, there are some other minor adjustments you can make in your bathroom to ensure you are not putting yourself in danger any time you need you use the restroom. Remove Unnecessary Rugs Yes, rugs can bring a decorative touch to any room... View More