The Best Way to use a Bathtub Chair

Cindy demonstrates how to use a bath tub chair. This may be helpful for people experiencing generalized weakness, fatigue, difficulty with balance or any other condition affecting one’s ability to safely stand while taking a shower.

Bath Tub Chair used in demonstration above:
Carex Shower Seat with Back (affiliate link)

Check out the related video link below for another option for
shower safety if you are having additional difficulties stepping over the side of the bath tub as well as other specifics on Bath Chairs and Bath Tub Benches:

How to use a Bath Tub Transfer Bench
Specifics about a Bath Tub Transfer Bench and Bath Chair

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  • TheKarenality

    Ahhh…THAT'S HOW YOU DO IT!! I'm still new with my debilitating crippling arthritic condition and my knees and neuropathic feet are the worst making it difficult to stand for any length of time or raise my legs to get in and out of my bathtub. I love my little shower bench I use to shower with and found my own way now on how to get out of tub. I have a portable grab bar on side of tub but still couldn't bend knee to get over tub until you mentioned "bend in back"…THANK YOU! !! I didn't think I needed to trade my bench in for a transfer bench …yet!! xoxo

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