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a wheelchair usually pushed by an attendant, as at a spa

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Equipment such as walking aids and bath chairs are often loaned out to residents as part of a care package or to assist the vulnerable.
For my left foot had just missed the kerb on the pavement opposite the village shop - causing a rapid descent, which stopped only when an overnight puddle made abrupt contact with my feebly-sprung buttocks, still a thrill to antiquated and drooling lacrosse mistresses propelling themselves to Heaven in bath chairs.
Examples of adaptive equipment or assistive technology are wheelchairs, lifts, standing frames, gait trainers, augmentative communication devices, bath chairs, and recreational items such as swings or tricycles.
I can only imagine what it would be like if we had a Lynley convention - I'd be introducing my fans in their bath chairs.
PARENTS were yesterday warned about using baby bath chairs after the death of an 11-month-old boy.
The supplier breaks down its product offerings into two subcategories: aids to daily living (dressing aids, kitchen helpers, and sight and sound magnification products) and bath safety aids (shower and bath chairs, grab bars and tub rails).
Contract awarded for Adjustable bath chairs with backrest and adjustable portable services
He was now the oldest of the functional gods - all that the Pagan, Greek and Roman gods could do now was sit around snoring in their bath chairs, too comatose to be of any use.
They should be welcomed every town with palm leaves and comfortable bath chairs.
When he is 18 his mother will be 80, his father 78, both of them in bath chairs and millstones round his neck, according to the media.
In Sara's day the cottage was crammed with discarded crutches and Bath chairs, left behind by those the well's water had cured.
Obviously whoever wrote the column hasn't visited Bournemouth since the early 1930s and still believes the town is a place where retired generals and others of riper years doze away the twilight of their lives pottering along the sea front on suitably clement days or being pushed around the Central Gardens in their bath chairs.
Walkers, wheelchairs, mechanical carts, transport carts, adjustable chairs, bath chairs, decubitus mattresses, electric splint).