shower. Monday , May 01st , 2017 - 09:17:03 AM
Step 1: Unscrew the shower head from swivel-ball ring. Step 2: Find the O-ring (a ring that helps prevent water from seeping out) or equivalent seal inside. Replace it, then screw shower head back again into place. These will be found at your neighborhood hardware store or Lowe's/ Home Depot.
Shower chairs come in a wide variety of designs and you can choose one depending on your preferences, taking into consideration the nature and extent of your disability, of course. If your disability isnt really that extensive, you can choose shower chairs of the standard design without wheels. These chairs have suction cups or rubber stoppers at the tips of the legs to keep the chair in place and prevent it from slipping and sliding on the floor while you bathe.Why Baths Are So Much Better Than Showers
Get everyone together and hand each person a balloon filled with helium (untied). Have everyone inhale simultaneously from the helium-filled balloons, and then belt out a few lines of "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" as the guest of honor enters the room.
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