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Taking a shower is no easy task for the wheelchair dependant. A shower wheelchair, also called a commode, is a useful tool at home. The use of a shower chair will reduce assistance from caregivers, thereby giving a person with weak motor strength and stability a sense of independence while bathing.
 
 We carry a complete selection of shower commodes and shower wheelchairs, Give us a call today and one of our customer service representatives will be sure to assist you in selecting the accurate one for your needs. If there is a product from a certain manufacturer you can't find give us a call at 732-293-0002 or e-mail us at info@diabestmedical.comand we will find the right product for you. Diabest has a complete line of bathroom aids and safety equipment
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8" height; Double Hook and Loop Fastener Soft Cattle Leather Fully Leather Lining; Seamless Vamp Lining; Re-heat-moldable Toe-puff; Re-heat-moldable long Counter; Padded Collar
NON-ASSEMBLED PRODUCT

Easy-to-assemble frame.
Padded, open front, vinyl toilet seat.
Aluminum construction is lightweight and durable.
3" non-skid, rust resistant, swivel casters (2 rear locking).
Brass push button allows for easy assembly
Removable, tool-free back.
Plastic arms for added comfort.
Comes with removable 12 qt. commode bucket and cover.
Removable middle moulded seat. Easy to handle of commode bowl and slides from back. Swing away detachable footrests. Comfortable padded backrest. Flip up padded armrests. By Merits
   
 
Shower wheelchairs are ideal for wheelchair users who don't feel stable on fixed shower chairs or benches. They allow their user wheeled access into and out of wheelchair accessible shower stalls. Some commodes have removable armrests which permit better reach during bathing. Shower wheelchairs also have an opening in their seat, similar to a toilet seat; this allows hassle-free access to the bather's underside. Shower chairs are typically made of rustproof steel and/or plastic, with waterproof seats and backrests.
 

Shower wheelchairs are for use in accessible roll-in shower stalls only. Accessible showers don't have edged-thresholds, and they make use of grab bars, storage shelves and height-adjustable or hand-held showerheads.

All features in an accessible shower must comply with the height of the shower wheelchair, and the user's size and strength - including the height and grip of the grab handles, the accessibility of the shower controls, showerhead, storage shelves - or they will create a false sense of safety for the bather.
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