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Prevent Falls, Prolong Independence, Add Resale Value, Improve Circulation & Sleep, and Show You Care 24/7

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Increase the Total Value to Your Mobile House

With an aging baby boomer population, mobility assistive devices and equipment installed in a Mobile house will probably be quite appealing to this demographic. With the addition of mobility devices to your toilet, you make it significantly easier to sell when the time comes, and can significantly increase the resale value of your Alabama house.

Stay in Your Own Home Much Longer with More Mobility

Everyone needs in order manage to look after themselves for so long as possible, and to live independently. With a new tub, you may add another year or two to having the capability to reside in your own home, take good care of yourself, and be free to decide if you want to bathe, not when you’re scheduled to.

Make Using the Bathroom Much Less Risky

The bathroom is one of the very dangerous areas in the house for aged individuals. With a fresh walk-in tub, you can make getting in and out of the shower much more secure and considerably safer daily. That reduces the risk of one of the very speculative rooms in the home.


Does the danger of falling and slipping in the toilet make you scared of living alone?

Would a single fall set you behind years of exercise and freedom?

Do you need extra help washing and cleaning due to the danger of falling in the bathtub?

Does having to step high over the bathtub to get in or out also make you frightened of falling down and put you off balance?

We are proud to install walk-in showers and tubs for the fantastic individuals of Mobile, to make regular living easier. Our highly trained technicians here at Cain’s Mobility AL can have a brand new shower setup all prepared to go in your Mobile home within a few days!

Prevent Serious Harm that Could Shorten Your Lifespan Significantly

For a lot of aged people dwelling in Mobile, one serious fall could break bones, and greatly hinder mobility and exercise for a long time to come. Every single day this inactivity and dearth of ability to move can greatly decrease your lifespan and total happiness and independence you have.

Among the simplest methods to stop injury is in the restroom, with new freedom equipment that make the method of bathing less dangerous than before.

Thus give our Mobile team a call right away to learn the way you can prevent serious injury like a broken hip, leg or back, and live for longer, and free.

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

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

Among the greatest stresses for aged people living alone in Mobile is the risk of falling and sliding when getting in or out of the shower.

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

Without needing to step out over the side, now you have significantly more balance and stability, and can get in and out much easier.

Make Living Independently in Alabama Safe and Fun!

For many aging citizens, being able to live in their particular home for so long as possible is the easiest 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 dwell alone without additional help in the rare case that something happens.

For a lot of elderly people, this means eventually having to move away from the Mobile dwelling they’ve lived in for years and love, and into a Alabama retirement or care facility that is sterile, unfamiliar and not nearly the same as their own house in Mobile.

By preventing slips and tumbles in the restroom with a new walk in bath, elderly individuals will likely be able to stay in their very own home for longer, and relish the life they have lived for years.

Frequently Asked Questions

1) Will AETNA cover the cost of equipment and installation in Alabama?

Aetna doesn't insure walk in tubs under their conventional plans in Alabama. Aetna does not cover walk in baths under their HMO and health network plans either. They typically follow Medicare's standards for durable medical equipment (DME) items used in the restroom. If the member is bed- confined or room - some DMEs are considered medically necessary, instead of a convenience. DMEs are considered medically necessary if it's needed for day-to-day tasks and is primarily medical in nature. Since bathing is considered a daily living action and considered essential, toilet items which are considered necessary if a member is not able to bathe or shower without being seated or incapable to transfer to and from a bathtub are listed by Aetna.

2) How do walk in bathtubs work?

When you go into the walk in bathtub, by pulling on the handle toward you, you shut the door and seal it. Make sure that the handle is locked so as to avoid any water decline. There are different kinds of handles determined by the version you choose to buy. Make certain it's a handle which you can certainly function. Then, the floor drain close and ensure that the anti-scald device has already been preset before using the bathtub. After you've finished your bath, remove the drain determined by the type of drain or turn the overflow knob you need to drain the water. Pull on the bath handle and leave the tub.

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

The American Elder Care Research Organization lists several other financial assistance paths to take into account when looking for help to buy your walk in bath. (1) The US Department of Agriculture helps low income and elderly residents of rural areas make home modifications to empower aging in position. The USA Rural Development plan is also known as the Section 504 program, the Very Low-Income Housing Repair program and the RD 504 Loan Program. The alterations may include a walk in bathtub. There are age, income and geographic demands to participate. Following that, you can click on your county plus a listing of service centers including phone numbers will pop up. (2) For a non-Medicaid state financial assistance system for the aged, you can check this list to determine whether there are any that include home modifications. (3) Rebuilding Together, a national nonprofit that can possibly offset the setup costs of a walk-in tub, can be a great resource. Contact them at (4)There are other choices to consider. The Internal Revenue Service may decide that your house modification qualifies for tax deductions as a dental and medical expense. There are also qualifications in order to claim an individual who requires attention as a dependent. Call the IRS to see if you can deduct the price of installing your walk-in bathtub. IRS Publication 502 is a great resource that will help you gauge 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 assist you to find help to pay for home modifications. Click here to find out more about this alternative

4) What are some of the benefits of getting one?

The main advantage is the fact that it eases your thoughts when you have mobility issues, because depending on your own situation, you can slip on a normal tub or have problem getting into the tub with no low step threshold. By making washing simpler, the plan of a walk-in bathtub can also make it a lot more suitable for folks who you depend on in your life and help you live more independently. Aside from the advantages of safety and accessibility, living alone in Mobile is a real dilemma for people suffering from mobility issues. Other advantages include improved comfort given all the features that are available to you. It alleviates the distress connected with ailments that are common.

5) Will Medicare cover the cost of equipment and installation in Alabama?

Medicare doesn't cover walk-in bathtub gear and installation costs in Alabama, for the reason that they are dwelling alterations, not durable medical equipment. Durable medical equipment doesn't include physical changes to a house, just medical equipment and materials which are used to help a patient in and out of bed or a chair, or use a shower or tub safer and easier. Consumer Affairs indicates that you might wish to contact Medicare to see if (for mobility safety reasons) a walk in bath is warranted to determine if the equipment could be partially compensated. More often than not, it won't be covered by them. But if you're qualified for Medicaid, the system in your state may provide you with some financial assistance for a walk-in bathtub. You may be eligible for a Home and Community Based Service (HCBS) waiver to play for certain specialized medical equipment and availability modifications. In case you are a recipient of Medicare and Medicaid, you should also think about the Dual-Eligible Special Needs Plan. The Special Needs Plan (SNP) or Medicaid may contemplate your qualification when you can establish that a walk in bath is medically necessary, not merely a convenience, or as a prevention in the instance of a fall, along with a written prescription that clarifies the requirement for a person to stay living in their own residence. Medicaid offers an entire list of waivers related to the elderly that we recommend that you review.

6) Can I choose the color / style to match my interior decoration?

Yes. Walk in tubs can be personalized to your preference. Check with the makers about Alabama choices. Colours that are uniform with most toilets are only offered by some. Choosing the right walk in bathtub for you means discussing the number of layouts, sizes and fashions to make sure it satisfies your own special needs and room conditions. You may have to pay an added fee for a custom shade, since most manufacturers make baths in white and cream.

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

Consumer Affairs advocates that an owner that is first purchase a lifetime warranty to give buyers peace of mind about leaks. Also, ask if the lifetime warranty is extended to other owners too. For a set number of years, this will be contained for Alabama house setups.

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

Many walk in baths are mounted to a stainless steel welded support framework with leveling feet that's included with your purchased bath. The floor in the bathroom has to have a structural support strength that transcends the weight of the bathtub in addition to the weight of the water. Our Mobile installer will check to determine when it is not, whether the floor is level and otherwise, then they will make use of the leveling legs to correct the amount of the tub. Of course, the last tub will need to be eliminated. Also, the if replacing the wall or tile in the region will have to be removed.

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

AARP isn't a provider of insurance, but contracts with insurers to make coverage available to AARP members. AARP doesn't make people health plan recommendations and doesn't cover the price of walk in bathtubs or some health needs. AARP does provide coverage like other health plans and Medicare Supplement Insurance and accessibility to medical care tools to members as a resource, but third parties provide member advantages. Check with the plans that are listed in Alabama under the membership services of AARP.

10) About how long does the installation process take with your Mobile installers?

Once the bathtub arrives, an installment needs between one and three days of labor in Mobile. It surely depends on the extent of the work. You should make us know whether there is a crucial deadline involving a family member coming for a visit or a loved one's release from Alabama rehabilitation so that we can do the best we can to accommodate you.

11) Do these tubs drain normally?

Yes. Sometimes, however, it's important to change the plumbing depending on the location of the drains. Installers may have to add a fitting to the existing wastewater pipe for a walk-in bath. Existing pipes may allow for more rapid drain times or slower drain times.

12) Will a tub like this add to my Mobile home’s resale value?

Should you reside in a Mobile retirement community, installing a walk in bathroom may raise the value of your home. It probably will not raise the value of your home. Since modifications to your bathroom don't usually raise the value of your home, the cost can be eligible for the medical expense deduction for tax purposes both federally and in Alabama if the primary purpose of the improvements would be to accommodate a residence to the handicap of the citizen, their partner or dependent living there.

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