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Prevent Becoming Seriously Injured from Falling Down

Getting in and outside of the bathtub is just one of the very dangerous actions elderly folks can do. By changing for a much more accessible tub, you can significantly decrease the change of a serious injury from sliding and dropping. One serious injury can significantly reduce lifespan and your freedom.

Stay in the Home You Love Much Longer and with More Freedom

Everyone needs to be able have the capacity to look after themselves for so long as possible, and to live alone. With a fresh tub, you can add another couple of years to having the capacity take care of yourself, to live in your own house, and be free to determine when you want to bathe, not when you are scheduled to.

Make Daily Life More Dignified and Easier

Bathing is something every day which most folks do. By making the daily cleaning of yourself easier, you are able to make your own life more dignified, and a lot more satisfying knowing you can take care of yourself, without the need of outside help or nurses to do.


Do you need additional help washing and cleaning due to the threat of falling in the tub?

Does having to step high over the tub to get in or outside make you scared of falling down and put you off balance?

Here at Cain’s Mobility GA , we’re proud to put in showers and tubs that have doors to step in and out of, making bathing and showering considerably easier for the aged inhabitants of Valdosta.

Stop Worrying about Slipping and Falling in the Restroom, and Get More Equilibrium and Equilibrium.

Are you worried about yourself or your loved one getting in or out of the shower by themselves?

Among the biggest worries for elderly people living alone in Valdosta is the danger of sliding and falling when getting in or out of the shower.

With a walk-in tub, you can stop worrying about that possibility, since the bath procedure will be safe and easy once more.

Now you have more equilibrium and stability, and can get in and out much easier, without needing to step out so high over the side.

Make Living Alone in Georgia Safe and Fun More!

For many aging citizens, having the ability to reside in their very own house for so long as possible is the very best way to maintain dignity and pride in their own lives.

As individuals age, parts of their bodies begin to break down, plus it becomes dangerous to live alone without added help in the rare instance that something occurs.

For many aged people, this means eventually having to move away from the Valdosta home they’ve lived in for a long time and love, and into a Georgia retirement or care facility that is sterile, unknown and not almost the same as their own home in Valdosta.

By preventing slips and falls in the restroom with a brand new walk-in bath, aged individuals will soon be able relish the life they’ve lived for many years, and to stay in their very own home for longer.

Prevent Serious Injury that Could Shorten Your Lifespan Substantially

For a lot of elderly people residing in Valdosta, bones could be broken by one serious fall, and considerably hinder freedom and exercise for a long time to come. Every single day, this inactivity and dearth of ability to proceed can considerably reduce your lifespan and overall happiness and liberty you’ve.

Among the easiest ways to prevent injury is in the bathroom, with new freedom equipment that make the process of bathing significantly less dangerous than before.

So give our Valdosta team a call right away to learn the way you can avoid serious injury like a busted hip, leg or back, and live for longer and free.

Frequently Asked Questions

1) What sort of guarantees are there that these tubs won’t leak and damage my Valdosta house?

Consumer Affairs urges that an initial owner buy a lifetime guarantee to give peace of mind to buyers about escapes. Additionally, ask if the lifetime guarantee is extended to other owners as well. For most Georgia home installments, this will be included for a set number of years.

2) Will Medicare cover the cost of equipment and installation in Georgia?

Medicare does not cover walk-in bathtub equipment and installation prices in Georgia, since they're home modifications, not durable medical equipment. Durable medical equipment doesn't include physical changes to a house, only medical equipment and materials that are accustomed to help a patient in and out of bed or a seat, or use a shower or bathtub easier and safer. Consumer Affairs suggests that you may wish to contact Medicare to see if (for freedom safety reasons) a walk-in tub is warranted to determine if the equipment can be partly compensated. More times than not, they will not cover it. However, if you're qualified for Medicaid, the program in your state may give you some financial assistance for a walk in bath. You may qualify for a Home and Community Based Service (HCBS) waiver to play for certain specialized medical equipment and accessibility adjustments. In the event you are a receiver of Medicaid and Medicare, it's also wise to consider the Dual-Eligible Special Needs Plan. Medicaid offers an entire listing of waivers related to the elderly that we recommend that you review.

3) What types of financing are available in Georgia if insurance doesn't cover home modifications?

The American Elder Care Research Organization lists several other financial assistance avenues to consider when searching for aid to buy your walk in tub. (1) The US Department of Agriculture helps low income and elderly residents of rural areas make home modifications to enable aging in place. The USA Rural Development plan is also called the Section 504 program, the Very Low-Income Housing Repair program and the RD 504 Loan Program. The adjustments may include a walk-in tub. There are age, income and geographical demands to participate. Then, you can click in your county and a record of service centers including phone numbers will pop up. (2) For a non-Medicaid state financial assistance program for the elderly, you can check this list to determine whether there are any that include home modifications. (3) Rebuilding Together, a national nonprofit that can potentially cancel the setup costs of a walk-in bathtub, can be a great resource. Contact them at (4)There are other options to consider. The IRS may determine that your home modification qualifies for tax deductions as a dental and medical expense. This shouldn't be confused with the Dependent Care Tax Credit, which is used for dependent care expenses incurred by a primary taxpayer to enable them to work rather than caring for their dependent. There are also qualifications to be able to claim an individual who needs attention as a dependent. Phone the Internal Revenue Service to see if you're able to deduct the cost of installing your walkin tub. IRS Publication 502 is a good resource that can allow you to estimate whether modifying your bathroom qualifies you to deduct it as a medical expense. You can also phone them at (800) 829-1040. (5) The National Resource Center on Supportive Housing and Home Modification may also allow you to locate help to pay for home modifications. Click here to find out more (6) Your local Independent Living Center (ILC) is a useful resource for suggestions on how to pay for your modifications. Click here to find out more about this alternative

4) Is there any additional structural support needed before installation?

Many walk-in bathtubs are mounted to a stainless steel welded support frame with leveling feet that is included with your bathtub that was purchased. The flooring in the bathroom must have a structural support strength that surpasses the weight of the bathtub in addition to the weight of the water. Our Valdosta installer will check to ascertain if it's not, if the floor is level and otherwise, then they will make use of the leveling legs to correct the amount of the bath. Obviously, the previous bath will need to be removed. Also, the if replacing, the wall or tile in the area will need to be removed.

5) Will AETNA cover the cost of equipment and installation in Georgia?

Aetna will not insure walk-in bathtubs under their plans that are conventional in Georgia. Aetna doesn't insure walk-in tubs under their HMO and health network plans either. They normally follow Medicare's criteria for durable medical equipment (DME) items used in the bathroom. If the member is bed- confined or room - confined some DMEs are considered medically necessary, rather than a public toilet. DMEs are considered medically necessary if it is needed for daily tasks and is primarily medical in nature. Since bathing is considered a daily living activity and considered vital, bathroom items which are considered medically necessary if a member is unable to bathe or shower without being seated or incapable to transfer to and from a bath are listed by Aetna.

6) Do these tubs drain normally?

Yes. Occasionally, however, it's important to change the plumbing depending on the positioning of the drains. Installers may need to add a fitting to the present wastewater conduit for a walk in tub. Present pipes may allow for slower drain times or quicker drain times.

7) Will AARP cover the cost of equipment and installation?

AARP is not a supplier of insurance, but contracts with insurers to make coverage available to AARP members. AARP doesn't make individuals health plan recommendations and doesn't cover the cost of walk-in tubs or some wellness needs. AARP does provide accessibility to health care tools and coverage like other health plans and Medicare Supplement Insurance to members as a resource, but third parties provide member advantages. Check with the plans that are listed in Georgia under AARP's membership services.

8) Will a tub like this add to my Valdosta home’s resale value?

In case you live in a Valdosta retirement community, installing a walk-in bathroom may raise the value of your home. It probably won't raise the value of your dwelling. Since changes to your toilet don't typically raise the value of your house, the price can be eligible for the medical expense deduction for tax purposes both federally and in Georgia if the main objective of the enhancements would be to accommodate a dwelling to the incapacity of the taxpayer, their partner or dependent living there.

9) How do walk in bathtubs work?

When you go into the walk-in bathtub, by pulling on the handle toward you, you close the doorway and seal it. Make sure the handle is locked so as to avoid any water decline. There are different types of handles depending on the model you decide to buy. Be sure it's a handle that you can easily operate. Following that, you shut the floor drain and make sure that the anti-scald device has already been preset before using the tub. Makers may also advocate a maximum time of use. You have to drain the water when you have finished your bath, remove the drain depending on the type of drain or turn the overflow knob. Pull on the tub handle and exit the bath.

10) Is there a way to re-sell the tub once we are done with it?

You can re-sell find or used walk in baths being sold online. Nevertheless, a lot of folks typically desire to be sure that they're purchasing a walk in tub that personally fulfills their needs for the long-term. They're much less inclined to choose a huge risk by paying the removal of their existing bathtub as well as all of the costs related to shipping without guarantee and a little more investment in quality and the status of their purchase. There's not actually a big market for used plumbing fixtures. In the event you're uncertain how long you're going to be at your Valdosta residence and can't warrant a long-term care solution of a leading walk-in bath installation, then there are simple measure retrofits that give you the ability to return the toilet to an unmodified bathroom to avoid turning potential buyers away who don't desire to pay for a huge removal. Eventually, if you do think you could attempt to resell your walk-in tub, the next buyer might want to be aware of whether the lifetime warranty is extended to other owners too or if they're going to have to cover the costs connected with a door seal or other component damages that will occur with use.

11) Do Walk-In Bathtubs Leak?

Yes, they can leak. Another common criticism from people who tried to save money and purchased a lousy quality bath comes from door escapes. When buying a walk in bath, make sure that you purchase a lifetime guarantee, because as soon as the door escapes, you can not use the bath, until the seal is fixed by you. Ensure that the walk-in bath is powerful and rigid to prevent any flex that inhibits a watertight door. Additionally any damage that may have happened during transporting can loosen fittings and mishandling and cause leakage. Before utilizing the walk in tub, it's important that the bathtub is tested by the installer properly according to the instruction manual. The water may have trouble draining correctly and could create the door to leak, if the tub isn't installed level together with the supporting features provided. Finally, make sure you comprehend the risks associated with the positioning of your walk in bathtub, notably alcoves, because they have specific conditions to prevent leaking.

12) How do walk-in tubs drain?

Some systems use a gravity only drainage system, while other makers offer power assisted drainage systems. Typically, the drainage system in a walk-in bathtub is attached to the standard bath drain, which is threaded into a flat pipe called a waste shoe. The shoe is sealed using putty or a foam washer under its flange. Comparing double drain alternatives to quick drain alternatives is significant when considering that most walk in tubs take between 2 and 3 minutes to drain which necessitates the temperature in the room be comfortable while they wait. Some attributes may cost you more, therefore it's almost always advisable to ask. Finally, get to know the difference between frameless baths and framed baths since frameless baths tend to drain quicker than framed tubs, because they do not change the drain height of your existing tub. Framed tubs are made on a steel framework and also the bottom of the bathtub is hung off the ground. Frameless baths are designed with an extra-strength form that doesn't necessitate a steel framework and the underside of the tub is not suspended in the air.

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