Do you often find yourself worrying about whether you can continue to stay in your own home? 
Is independent bathing important to you? 
Do you think making changes to your existing bathroom is unaffordable? 
 
Most bathroom suppliers don’t focus on the needs of the less able and only offer a limited range of high cost options with little practical advice. Most suppliers and showrooms focus on the needs of the more able younger generation. Some are even unwilling to help, leaving you feel unwanted and a nuisance to them. 
 
Would you like a bathroom or en suite in your own home where you can enjoy independent bathing again without the worry or need of assistance at a cost that you can afford? 
 
Never again will you have to just get by, because you deserve far more. 
 
As a fellow senior citizen and somebody that used to struggle with bathing, I understand your needs and how important it is to preserve our independence. 
 
 
Having difficulty bathing? 
 
 
Do you struggle to get in and out of the bath? 
 
 
Worried about slipping, failing or over-reaching? 
 
 
Our low low bath may be just the solution you need! 
 
Bathing care has the solution with their 12” High Low Low bath. Just over half the height of usual bath, but providing up to 80% of the water capacity. 
Easy to get into 
Easy to get out 
Big enough for a good soak! 
 
Low bath, 12" high for easy access 
 
 
Shower tray with folding screen and bath 
 
 
Raised level assisted bathing 
 
Big enough for a good soak! 
Easy to get out 
Big enough for a good soak! 
 
 
Low bath, 12" high for easy access 
 
 
Shower tray with folding screen and bath 
 
 
Raised level assisted bathing 
 

Easy to fit 

Just three connections: 
Hot water 
Cold water 
Waste 

What do you think of Bathing Care?  

 
"I didn’t really expect you to remove bath, fit shower enclosure, clad walls, remove all rubbish and tidy up in one day so I was delighted when you were finished by 6.00pm, Thank you." 
Robert, Solihull,West Midlands 
 
 
"Being severely disabled I was dreading the upheaval, particularly only having one toilet. I needn’t have worried your men were marvellous – I was almost sorry to see them leave!" 
Mary Robinson, Henley-in-Arden, West Midlands