How Weighted Shower Curtains Can Promote Accessibility
When it comes to creating a more accessible bathroom, we normally think of the big features first: entryways, sinks, tubs and showers.
But the little details can matter so much to those who struggle with mobility.
Think of your standard shower curtain. It’s typically made of lightweight, thin fabric that can be easily moved by water pressure. For those who use curbless or low threshold showers, it can be impossible to keep water from leaking out onto the floor. People who need assistance bathing might find it difficult for their caregivers to work around standard-length curtains.
It’s clear that standard shower curtains were made for standard bathrooms, where not all needs or abilities are kept in mind.
But Bestbath has a few options that do.