Safety First with Nuvo Range Bathroom Aids
Entering and exiting the shower or bath can be a treacherous effort for the most sturdy of person but if you’re elderly or suffer a disability it can easily become a nightmare. 95% of all accidents happen in the home so it makes sense to play it safe. Here at NRS Healthcare, your safety is paramount. We aim to develop tools and aids to make your day to day lives safer and easier. With our tested bathroom aids, bath time no longer needs to be a worry.
No Longer a Chore with the Nuvo Bath Step
Bath time is a time to relax, not to worry. The bath step is the perfect tool to take away the strain and make getting in and out of the bath safer. For obvious reasons such as wet floors and non grip surfaces, the bathroom is one of the places in the home where many of the accidents occur. Without the proper safety measures, falls are commonplace and because the bathroom has many hard surfaces, it can be the most damaging. The high sides of the average bath can make getting in and out difficult, not to mention dangerous for the infirm.
The Nuvo bath step has a specially designed textured surface on each step that not only gives you superb resistance to slipping, but also feels comfortable on the bottom of your feet. There are non slip feet on each of the 3 adjustable step sections. The aesthetic design of the step is understated and attractive. Matching most conventional white bathroom sets. Manufactured in polypropylene, the step is easy to clean. Not only confined to the bathroom, the step can be used to help you through a variety of tasks around the home.
Complete the Set
To compliment the Nuvo bath step, why not try other products in our Nuvo bathroom aids range. The bath seat is designed to help you enjoy your bath safely and comfortably. The seat can be adjusted to suit your needs. You can complete your set with a bath board, taking the strain and worry out of bathing.
Visit our website today and browse our bathroom aids to see what disability products we have on offer.
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- May 13th 2020