Has anyone checked into walk in tubs,?from what I've seen so far it cost around 4 grand

Has anyone checked into walk in tubs,?from what I've seen so far it cost around 4 grand

If you own one,was it affordabe?do you waste lots of water in them?

A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

@A MySpondylitisTeam Member I got a bath seat via Social Services, because I have the same problem. I sit on the edge of the bath, my daughter helps me to lift my legs up one at a time, then it's just a press on the remote and down into the water I go. It's very slow, but it does help ease the pain of lifting your legs over the edge and sitting down; then of course, there's getting out again! But, with the seat, I just slowly get raised up to the bath edge again.

posted 5 months ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

It's worth asking, they can only say no but they might well be willing to pay, especially as its got to be cheaper in the long run than paying for someone to help you bathe a few times a week.

posted 4 months ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

I looked into one but bloody hell...😳

posted 5 months ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

I had one when i lived in FL. I lived the ability to soak in the tub again. The only issue i had was time to fill and empty. The new ones fill and drain much faster. I think it is worth it. Good luck.

posted about 2 months ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

My daughter used to have a ground floor council flat but it became too small as her family got bigger so she did an exchange with a neighbour, because the neighbour was disabled there was a walk in shower already in the property and once the council has put one in for a tenant they won't take it out again. So if you are a council tenant in the UK and need it I know you can apply for your home to be adapted for you including things like an accessible shower room.

posted 5 months ago
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