Ladies delighted with bathlifts from Mangar

Posted on September 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Miss Long is a single lady aged 73 years, living on her own. She has been disabled all her life due to a rare metabolic disease which affects mainly the development of the skeleton, and means she is only 4ft 3ins tall. Miss Long owns a Mangar Bathlift which is now about 18 years old, and which has been in almost constant use all that time. She now need a replacement as this one is worn out, but she is sure the new Bathlift will serve her equally as well, enabling her to not only enjoy her daily bath, but to do so with independence for a while longer. Another elderly lady, Mrs Lole, is a retired post-mistress. She is active and does not regard herself as disabled. However she was finding it too much of a struggle getting in and out of the bath. “Her family worried about her bathing independently and wanted a safe solution,” says Mangar. “She tried and rejected a number of bathlift alternatives before Mangar showed her the Handy Bather. This was her immediate choice because not only does it take her right to th

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