Bathroom Safety

One in three seniors over the age of 65 suffer a fall every year, according to research, with 80% of these accidents happening in the bathroom. Bathroom safety can be easily created by installing essential bathroom accessories to combat slippery surfaces. Grab bars, handrails, bath lifts, transfer boards, raised toilet seats, and shower chairs can make turn a hazardous bathroom into a safe and easy space for seniors or people with physical disabilities.

Bathroom Safety Brands

Macdonald’s Home Health Care is proud to offer the best and more reliable products for bathroom safety. Drive Medical, Moen, HealthCraft, Aquatec, and Penbury are just some of the trusted brands we carry at Macdonald’s. We also have rentals such as the Aquatec Bath Lift for only $150 a month for people who need temporary home health solutions. (Cover sold separately on the rental for hygienic reasons.)

As always contact Macdonald’s HHC for advice about your home health care needs.


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Raised Toilet Seats

Raised toilet seats come in different sizes to fit different toilets and different heights to fit different people. You’ll need to know if your toilet is elongated or standard (send us a picture if you’re not sure). Next you’ll need to know the height. You can figure out the height by measuring from the top of the toilet bowl to 2″ above the middle of your knee. That measurement is the height of the raised toilet seat you’ll need.

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