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Six Tips For Occupational Therapists (OTs) To Improve Bathroom Safety Design

It may be the smallest room in the house, but the bathroom is the most dangerous one in the home.

This is due to a blend of complex activities (occupations), restricted space, humidity and its wet environment – the combination of which can lead to accidents and injuries. 121 more words

Abacus Healthcare

Hazards in the Bathroom

I think I know why there are so many accidents in the bathroom.  The tub is a dangerous place.  At the bottom of our tub we have stick-on fish that our feet can grip.  242 more words

3 minimalist bathroom accessories you must have

More than half of household falls happen in the bathroom, so products that make this room safer for everyone are a win. But usually they’re ugly. 81 more words

Made In The West

Bathroom Safety Tips

Don’t let your own home be a safety hazard. A few simple steps can help prevent slips and falls.With its slippery and hard surfaces, the bathroom is one of the most dangerous places in your home. 1,166 more words


Slip Resistant Surfaces

Over two-thirds of accidental injuries happen in the bathtub or shower. Bathtub and shower surfaces are already fairly slick, but add water and some soap and they become downright dangerous. 127 more words

Bathroom Remodeling

Making bath time bearable

For most people, washing themselves is an automatic routine and is often taken for granted. However, we know that showering can be a difficult task for elderly people and individuals with mobility issues. 335 more words

Bathroom Accessories