Shower Bay is a safe and portable shower designed for wheelchair users. It provides a true shower experience without dangerous wet-environment transfers or expensive home renovations.
Shower safely without remodeling
Shower Bay’s unique design allows for quick assembly in any room of the home. Just snap the unit together, connect it to a standard faucet, turn on the pump, and you’re ready to enjoy a relaxing shower.
A daily shower should be enjoyed, not dreaded. The warm, gentle massage of water running through our hair and down our back is one of the best parts of our day. Most of us take this rejuvenating sensation for granted, but many people with mobility limitations miss their shower time because it’s too dangerous and time-consuming for a family member or caregiver to assist them.
Safe & Portable
Ramp allows for safe and smooth access to shower. Provides easy Roll-in access with wheelchair. Eliminates dangerous transfers in a wet environment. Protects caregiver from physical injury while assisting user.
Barrier Free Shower
Walk-in Shower Option, for use with shower chair. Low threshold allows for easy access. Safely and comfortably remain seated while showering.
Stay at Home
Enjoy a true shower experience. Continue care for a loved one in the comfort of their own home. Maintain Privacy and dignity behind shower walls. Save thousands of dollars on assisted living costs.
Avoid Remodel Costs
Shower Bay can be assembled in any room of the home without any tools or need for a contractor or plumber. Water hose extends 10 metres for easy access to nearest sink. Water in-hose easily snaps onto existing taps.
Benefits of a Shower Bay
Being mobile means you can safely and securely take a shower using our walk-in shower stalls. You are not worried about slipping or falling in this wet environment. Yet the conventional bathroom is not adaptable to individuals with accessibility issues. To make your bathroom compliant, you may be able to use shower seats, grab bars, or shower commode chairs. If you are shopping online for a barrier-free shower due to a disability or to help you improve mobility after a long illness or surgery, we have you covered:
- Roll-in shower stalls make it easier for individuals in wheelchairs to get around.
- For post-operative rehabilitation, these types of handicap showers allow you to move around more freely throughout the different phases of recovery.
These shower stalls are designed to work seamlessly with wheelchairs, walkers, and other walking aids. As a leader in walk-in shower kits that are safe and ADA approved for shower wheelchairs, Shower Bay helps you increase your mobility.
Taking a shower is one of the most private and personal experiences that anyone has. For people who struggle with mobility or need assistance after surgery, this experience can be lost. As a result, patients may have a loss of self-confidence that can affect their emotional and mental wellbeing. By making showers safer for seniors or handicapped individuals, we are helping to boost confidence.
Our shower stalls enable anyone who is able to stand or sit to take a shower and maintain their personal hygiene. Along with helping you to stay clean, which aids in wound healing and immunity response, you have the confidence that you can take a shower without worrying about getting hurt or being stressed. It all starts with Shower Bay!
Unfortunately, falls are the most common among senior citizens according to the Fall Prevention Center of Excellence at the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology. Choosing an ADA roll-in shower certifies that using this device will protect against preventable accidents including slip-and-fall incidents.
An ADA-approved shower stall is designed and constructed using plans and materials that are proven to be safe for handicap use. This way you or your loved ones can be confident in knowing that you have selected the best portable shower possible. Shower time can be less stressful and relaxing — the way it is intended to be.
Right along with a boost of confidence, a barrier-free or walk-in shower can instill independence. When you can bathe alone it greatly increases your autonomy. At the same time, you are able to regain your physical and mental strength. Whether you are recovering from surgery or living with an impairment, this can help you overcome your disability.
Being able to move around and bathe on your own is one of the most powerful activities you can do as someone living with a disability or post joint replacement surgery. And it all starts by choosing the best-rated handicap showers by Shower Bay. Our roll-in showers include handrails and guards designed exclusively to accommodate individuals with accessibility needs.
Along with having a shower that helps you to get clean without fear of falling, Shower Bay shower stalls also help you keep your own space clean. By having a portable handicap shower, you or your caregiver is able to keep this stall clean with minimal effort thanks to the low profile design. In fact, you are able to sit in our shower chair and clean the stall without standing. This is a great help for individuals who have issues with mobility but want to maintain their independence by cleaning.
Here at Shower Bay, we work with home health aides, nursing homes, and seniors who are aging in place. Our customers and clients need to find ADA roll-in showers that are going to be safe for their patients or themselves. As such, over the years, our walk-in showers by Shower Bay have been field tested and industry approved. Shower Bay gets a seal of approval from our satisfied customers and this will hopefully include you.
Discover the difference that Shower Bay handicap showers will make in improving your overall health and wellbeing with these benefits. Call us today to find out how to get started with buying roll-in showers!
Portable showers are suitable for
- Home Owners
Those wanting to avoid a costly and time- consuming bathroom remodel
Those who generally cannot modify or remodel their apartment or home
- Aging in Place
Families seeking to avoid the high costs of assisted living facilities and keep their loved one at home
- First Floor Living Restrictions
Homes with only a half-bath available on the first floor
- Temporary Living Situations
Families that have a loved one with mobility limitations temporarily stay at their home
- Injury Rehab Patients
Individuals with the need for a temporary bathing solution during the rehabilitation process
- Residential Moves
Users planning to change residences will benefit from the one-time investment in a portable shower
- Equipment Rentals
Those looking to rent the shower for time or cost reasons
Shower Bay Dimensions
Shower Bay Specifications
Base + Ramp
Longer available upon request