A slide-in bathing chair to better accommodate those needing assistance.
Enhanced Benefits Over Conventional Shower Chairs
Increases Both Safety and Comfort
Reduces Stress on Caregivers
Helps Users Maintain Their Independence
Story Behind the Invention
Inventor Glen D. Clark of La Pine, OR has developed a bathing chair that slides in and out of a tub to better accommodate those needing assistance.With a small bathroom, Glens father was unable to get into the tub even with help. Since his parents were not able to afford a bathroom remodel, they had to make do with what they had. However, Glen just knew there had to be a better way. In turn, he was inspired to build them a sturdy slide-in seat for getting in and out of the bath. His father was able to slide the seat out, sit on it, and then with help, he could lift his legs over as he slid into the tub. Several years later, his mother began using it and was able to do it alone. This prototype greatly helped both of his parents and Glen knew it would help countless others, too. Now, Clarks Heavy Duty Bathing Chair has been further developed and is ready for market!To get started, a person or their caregiver slides the chair out of the tub. Once the person is seated, the chair simply slides back into the tub area, allowing them to enter the tub safely. The bathing chair helps people maintain their independence for longer and eases the burden on caregivers at home or in senior living communities.Want to learn more? Be the first to contact us NOW for additional information or for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!
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