As humans age, their bones begin to grow more brittle, the muscles weaker, and the joints stiffer; these add together to dramatically reduce mobility over time. There are more than a few elderly people who find it difficult to get in and out of the bath or shower, to climb up and down stairs, or to otherwise move around their homes as part of a daily routine. One way to put off losing some of your independence due to this is to simply call on experts to help you install a grab bar for your bathroom and any other relevant locations of your home.
A grab bar is firmly placed inside the majority of disabled people’s bathrooms in DA1 and is designed to offer strong, unyielding support whenever you need to get into and out of the bath. It may be that you lack the strength to lift your leg high enough to clear the edge of your bathtub or that you may not be able to properly balance during the action. Whatever the cause of your struggle, a grab bar will never allow you to fall so long as you hold your grip firmly and remain confident in its strength.
The more support you afford yourself throughout your home, the longer you will continue to live there without any reason to move into a retirement community or facility. After all, independence is one of the most important aspects of life to most people and a grab bar will reduce the risk of falling in the bathroom by half.