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Bath chair

(băth, bäth)
n.
A hooded wheelchair used especially for invalids, typically at a spa.
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If you've always imagined that making stained glass lampshades or windows were crafts that had disappeared along with gas-lit street lamps and bath chairs - you're in for a big surprise.
There are many accessories that can be used to improve accessibility without making structural changes, such as raised toilet seats, bath chairs, and commode chairs.
The RTS may obtain sample bath chairs for the child to try from the manufacturer or the local manufacturer's representative.
The sidebars to this article, "Our Child Needs a Bath Chair" and "Our Child Needs a Wheelchair and Seating System" illustrate how parents and professionals work together to purchase mobility equipment.
The children could gaze at colorful sailboats and fish nets while lying in inner tubes (to provide some vestibular stimulation in a supported position) or sitting in the relaxed comfort of bath chairs, which were great substitutes for lounge chairs.
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Ortho-Kinetics introduces the TLC Bath Chair in pediatric and adult sizes; perfect for outdoor use as a lounge chair.
By using hammock-like bath seats (also called bath chairs) made of plastic, fabric, or foam (so that the water can drain easily) that can be placed on metal frames with legs (adjustable to different heights) and include supports to secure the child, parents can put a child into a tub at a level that is safe for the child and workable for parents (both hands free) giving baths (sponge baths) or showers (usually with a hand-held flexible shower hose).
Mrs E Bone, of 9 Spencer Street, dealt in antiquities and Mary Ann Byford, of New Street, was a bath chair proprietor.