Bathroom Safety Products in South Eastern Washington
Bathroom Safety Products
Bring Accessibility To Your Life
Using the bathroom can often be a difficult task for people who are injured, elderly, or disabled. Our lineup of incredible accessibility products bring safety, dignity and freedom to the lives of people who have such struggles. Choose from a wide range of bath chairs, toilet frames and grab bars from leading brands like Medline, Performance Health, NOVA Medical Products, Graham Field, Invacare, Roscoe Medical, Drive, and many more. Don’t leave safety to chance – if you or someone you love could benefit from one of these devices, choose peace of mind and discover a solution for bathroom accessibility today.
Wasem’s Pharmacy and Home Medical is proud to offer a wide range of useful solutions for your home bathroom. Not sure which product is right for you? Our compassionate staff of professionals is always here to help you make the right choices, and will even come to your home to make sure everything is correctly installed. We are also willing to work directly with your insurance provider to ensure you get the purchasing benefits you deserve.
Please feel free to contact us or give us a call at (509) 758-2565 if you have any questions. Browse our selection below, and come by our store in Clarkston, WA, to try these devices for yourself today!
By allowing you to sit down in the shower, these devices help prevent dangerous falls while also allowing you to have a more comfortable and relaxing bathing experience. Choose from leading brands like Performance Health, Medline, Graham Field, Nova, and many more.
Especially helpful for users who have poor balance, these devices provide a handy grip to stabilize yourself when getting in and out of the shower. Choose from movable suction cup options and more permanent bolted-on units from trusted brands like Performance Health, Medline, and Stander, among others.
Raised Toilet Seats
& Safety Rails
These devices are designed to help users who have difficulty lowering themselves down onto a traditional toilet seat. By raising the seat a few inches, and installing safety rails, users have something to grip for stability as they lower themselves down a reduced distance, thus helping to prevent falls.