Shower Bay is a safe and portable shower designed for wheelchair users. It provides a true shower experience without dangerous wet-environment transfers or expensive home renovations. Shower Bay’s unique design allows for quick assembly in any room of the home. Just snap the unit together, connect to a standard faucet, turn on the pump, and you’re ready to enjoy a relaxing shower.
Safe, clean and easy to use
No tools needed for assembly
Roll in and wheelchair accessible with privacy protection
Install anywhere in your home, even your bedroom
Drains water with no leakage, connects to faucet
The shower bay does not fill
Shower Bay is a great option for:
Those wanting to avoid a costly and time-consuming bathroom remodel
Those who generally cannot modify or remodel their apartment or home
Aging in Place
Families seeking to avoid the high costs of assisted living facilities and keep their loved one at home
First Floor Living Restrictions
Homes with only a half-bath available on the first floor
Temporary Living Situations
Families that have a loved one with mobility limitations temporarily stay at their home
Injury Rehab Patients
Individuals with the need for a temporary bathing solution during the rehabilitation process
Users planning to change residences will benefit from the one-time investment in a portable shower
Those looking to rent the shower for time or cost reasons
Shower Bay Specifications:
Shower Base and Ramp Dimensions: 80″ L x 43.75″ W x 50.5″ H
Shower Bay is a shower and does not fill up like a bath.
How can I see if it will fit in my home?
It is recommended to measure out and sketch Shower Bay’s dimensions on butcher paper to see if the unit will be able to fit in a desired location of the home.
Where does the water go?
Shower Bay’s base is slightly angled like a normal shower. The water travels to a drain where the water is then pumped through the out-hose to a nearby sink or shower drain.
How much does Shower Bay weight?
Shower Bay as a unit weighs 118 lbs, but no individual piece weighs more than 31 lbs. It was also engineered with multiple grip areas that make handling parts easy.
Is Shower Bay supposed to fit in my bathroom?
Shower Bay may be used in a bathroom, but it was designed to also work in any room of the house. We understand that most bathrooms are not large enough for adequate wheelchair mobility, not to mention an additional shower. In most cases Shower Bay is set up in the corner of a bedroom, living room, or spare area of the home.
Where does the water come from?
Shower Bay’s unique quick-connect system easily snaps onto most standard home faucets. The water travels from the faucet through an in-hose to the Shower Bay unit.
Will it attach to my faucet?
Shower Bay’s quick-connect system attaches to most standard home faucets. If you are unsure if it will work with yours, please contact Forward Day about test options.
Can Shower Bay be used with a caregiver?
Shower Bay was designed with a caregiver in mind. The walls are tall enough to contain the water and ensure privacy, but also low enough so that a caregiver can assist in the bathing process if needed.
Can Shower Bay be used without a wheelchair?
Shower Bay can be used as a walk-in Shower for use with a shower chair. Without the ramp, the Shower Bay has a low threshold entry of 2.5-inches.
Does Shower Bay come with a shower wheelchair?
Shower Bay does not include a wheelchair. Please call for further assistance in choosing the right shower wheelchair for you.
How do I clean my Shower Bay?
Shower Bay can be cleaned with most standard shower cleaning agents.
How far can Shower Bay be used from a water source?
Shower Bay comes with standard 35 foot in- and out-hoses. Custom longer hoses can be ordered at an additional cost.
Will Shower Bay fit my wheelchair?
Shower Bay was designed to accommodate most standard-size shower wheelchairs. It has interior dimensions of 38.5” L x 36” W. Keep in mind, when entering the shower with a wheelchair, the door clearance allows for a 25″ width.
The Deluxe Shower Chair and Commode is designed with waterfall armrests and a padded seat. It has removable swing-away footrests, along with four 4″ swivel-lock casters, for maneuverability and secure positioning.
The Drop-Arm Transport Chair Commode is designed with a drop arm and removable swing-away footrests for easy patient transfer. It has a padded seat that fits over the commode, converting it into a transport chair.