Bath Lifts for the Elderly & Disabled- Questions and Answers

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Does Medicare pay for Bath lifts?

Original Medicare Part B does not pay for bathtub lifts, but it does pay for patient lifts for people who confined to their bed. However, there are alternative sources of financial assistance which may help to cover the cost a bathtub lift if you qualify

Which bath lift is best?

Power bath lifts are safe, hygienic bathing accessories for the elderly and disabled. Power bath lifts are designed to be suitable inside a standard bathtub, power bath lifts can raise and lower with the touch of a button. Making entrance and exiting the bathtub safe with low risk. The best overall choice is the Aquatec R Reclining Back Lift is another popular choice for power bath lifts. Medical Equipment Specialists recommends The Aquatec R Reclining Back Lift, Learn More 


How do you deal with the elderly in the bathtub? 

Here is a good video on how to deal with the elderly in the bathtub.


What is a bath lift used for?

A bath lift is a seat which will gently lower you to the bottom of the bathtub, so you can fully bathe in the water, and can raise and lower with a touch of a button. 

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