Dealing with Limited Mobility August 18 2009

toilet aid
People respond to the reality of aging in different ways. Some see the process as a challenge that needs to be met head-on. These folks choose to live active lifestyles that make them look and feel 10 or even 20 years younger than they actually are. Other people age with an attitude of indifference; their muscles begin to atrophy and the ravages of old age rear their heads even earlier. A healthy, active lifestyle should be maintained even late in life, but that isn’t always possible for everyone. When simple hygienic measures become a burdensome chore, it might be time to implement a limited mobility aid. These tools become useful in the shower and during other toileting situations, and they help avoid the risk of embarrassment.