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HOUSE > BATHROOM > BATHTUB > AIDS FOR ENTERING AND EXITING

HOUSE > BATHROOM > BATHTUB > AIDS FOR ENTERING AND EXITING
... put one leg into the bath.
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Last update: March 2005
HOUSE > BATHROOM > BATHTUB > AIDS FOR ENTERING AND EXITING

HOUSE > BATHROOM > BATHTUB > AIDS FOR ENTERING AND EXITING
... then put the other leg in. You are now seated in a safe position, either to take a shower or to drop down into the bath.
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Last update: March 2005
HOUSE > HALLWAY > ENTRANCE DOOR > HAND GRIP

HOUSE > HALLWAY > ENTRANCE DOOR > HAND GRIP
If you need some support when opening the door it might be useful to have a small hand grip positioned next to the door.
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Last update: March 2005
HOUSE > BATHROOM > PERSONAL SAFETY > HAND RAIL

HOUSE > BATHROOM > PERSONAL SAFETY > HAND RAIL
Wall mounted hand rails provide you with support when moving around the bathroom, allowing you to leave your walking device outside. These hand rails are modular in design and can be adapted to the various features in your bathroom.
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Last update: June 2013
HOUSE > BATHROOM > SHOWER > HAND RAIL

HOUSE > BATHROOM > SHOWER > HAND RAIL
The hand grip is fixed to the wall at an angle so that it can be held easily. There are many different types of handgrip on the market, and these vary in size, shape, material and texture. A handgrip is usually fitted at an angle of 45 degree angle close to the mixer so that it can be reached from both a standing and a seated position.
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Last update: June 2013
HOUSE > BATHROOM > SHOWER > HAND RAIL

HOUSE > BATHROOM > SHOWER > HAND RAIL
This is an L shaped hand grip: it is made from two angled segments. It can be useful when you need to rest your forearm when seated, or a horizontal support when standing. If you need more information or advice, we recommend you contact a qualified rehabilitation professional.
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Last update: June 2013
HOUSE > BATHROOM > BATHTUB > HAND RAIL

HOUSE > BATHROOM > BATHTUB > HAND RAIL
A wall-mounted hand grip can be used to provide support when getting in or out of the bath.
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Last update: June 2013
HOUSE > BATHROOM > BATHTUB > HAND RAIL

HOUSE > BATHROOM > BATHTUB > HAND RAIL
An L shaped hand grip provides support when getting in and out
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HOUSE > BATHROOM > BATHTUB > HAND RAIL

HOUSE > BATHROOM > BATHTUB > HAND RAIL
A hand grip and a board will help you get in and out of the bath. Sit down on the board.
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Last update: June 2013
HOUSE > BATHROOM > WASHBASIN > HANDLES

HOUSE > BATHROOM > WASHBASIN > HANDLES
A handgrip, like the one displayed here, can be fixed to the wall near the washbasin. It can either be used to hang a towel or to support you during transfers.
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Last update: March 2005
HOUSE > BATHROOM > SHOWER > OVERVIEW

HOUSE > BATHROOM > SHOWER > OVERVIEW
If you find it difficult standing safely in the shower, you might wish to use a seat in combination with a hand grip to help when sitting down or standing up.
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Last update: March 2005
HOUSE > STUDYROOM > MOVING > SUPPORT HANDLE

HOUSE > STUDYROOM > MOVING > SUPPORT HANDLE
If you require some means of support when moving around or getting up out of your seat a support grip might be helpful.
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Last update: March 2005
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