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Finally Stop Worrying Over the Ones You Love

You can worry much less about your family members security by reducing the likelihood of falling and sliding in the bathroom. No more wondering if they have fallen and can’t get up, or are satisfactory. You can rest easier, knowing they aren’t in risk with the addition of mobility gear.

Prevent Breaking a Hip from Slipping and Falling

Getting in and outside of the tub is among the most dangerous actions elderly people can do. By changing for a tub that is more reachable, you can significantly reduce the change of a serious injury from sliding and falling. One serious harm can significantly reduce your mobility and lifespan.

Make the Bathroom Significantly Less Dangerous

The toilet is one of the very dangerous areas in the home for elderly people. With a fresh walk-in tub, you can make getting in and out of the shower considerably safer and more secure every day. That reduces the risk of one of the most speculative rooms in the home.


Does the risk of sliding and falling in the toilet make you frightened of living?

We are proud to install walk in showers and bathtubs for the truly amazing individuals of Lafayette, to make ordinary living much easier. Our highly trained technicians here at Cain’s Mobility IN can have a new shower setup all ready to go in your Lafayette house within a couple of days!

Make Living Independently in Indiana Safe and Fun Once More!

For a lot of aging citizens, having the ability to reside in their very own house for so long as possible is the very best way to maintain pride and dignity in their own lives.

As individuals age, parts of their bodies start to break down, also it becomes dangerous to live 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 Lafayette house they have lived in for years and love, and into a Indiana retirement or care facility that is sterile, unknown and not nearly the same as their own home in Lafayette.

By preventing falls and slips in the bathroom with a fresh walk in bathtub, elderly people will soon have the ability to stay within their own home for longer, and revel in the life they have lived for a long time.

Prevent Serious Injury which Could Shorten Your Lifespan Substantially

For many aged folks residing in Lafayette, bones could be broken by a single serious fall, and significantly hinder freedom and exercise for years to come. This inactivity and deficiency of ability to proceed can substantially reduce your lifespan and overall well-being and independence you’ve every single day.

Among the simplest ways to prevent harm is in the bathroom, with new freedom equipment that make the process of bathing significantly less dangerous than before.

Thus give our Lafayette team a call right away to learn ways to avoid serious injury like a broken hip, leg or back, and live for longer and free.

Increase your Lafayette Home’s Resale Value to a Growing Baby Boomer People.

As more and more of the baby boomer population in Indiana are becoming old, freedom gear will become a larger and bigger selling point for the purchase of Lafayette houses.

By installing a walk-in bath in your Lafayette house, you’ll not only make living easier but would set your dwelling up to be valuable later on.

Every walk in bath can substantially increase your Indiana appeal and house’s resale to aging people.

Give our Lafayette team a call to find out precisely how much your house’s resale value would increase from a fresh facility.

Frequently Asked Questions

1) Will a tub like this add to my Lafayette home’s resale value?

If you reside in a Lafayette retirement community, installing a walk-in bath may raise the value of your home. It probably won't raise the value of your home. Since changes to your bathroom don't generally raise the value of your home, the price may qualify for the medical expense deduction for tax purposes both federally and in Indiana if the primary objective of the improvements is to accommodate a home to the handicap of the citizen, their partner or dependent living there.

2) Will a tub like this look bad for my homeowner’s insurance in Indiana?

Many upgraded homeowner's insurance policies protect against flooding from your plumbing and appliances. Check with your Lafayette homeowner's insurance to ensure it will cover you against this type of damage. You may require a house adjustment permit from the Lafayette, IN building department to install a bath, particularly when walls have to be eliminated to fit your toilet plans. Above all, if you needed a license and you didn't get one AND somehow your home suffers from damage from the installed walk in bath, your losses may not be covered by your homeowner's insurance. Should you plan on ever selling your Lafayette dwelling, there are lots of buyer beware messages out there that will direct prospective buyers from your house since it does change homeowner's insurance if there have been any developments without licenses. Buyers see the permits and their homeowners insurance as protections on their investments in houses.

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

Many walk in bathtubs are mounted to a stainless steel welded support frame with leveling feet that is included with your purchased bath. The flooring in the toilet has to have a structural support strength that surpasses the weight of the tub in addition to the weight of the water. Our Lafayette installer will check to determine if it's not whether the floor is level and otherwise, then they'll make use of the leveling legs to adjust the level of the bath. Of course, the prior tub will need to be removed. In addition, the wall or tile in region will have to be removed if replacing.

4) Are there any kits available for installing my own walk-in tub?

Yes, makers do offer do it yourself installations of a bath conversion kit. Depending on whether you have the correct tools and technical familiarity with the tools, it's possible. Yet, lots of times, someone thinks it's definitely going to be inexpensive to buy all the tools that are proper. These tools may be expensive, so ensure you compare the expense of buying all of the tools along with the expense of your time learning how exactly to install the kit with all the cost of a professional setup. If you're someone who does a great deal of home improvements, then the instructions may seem pretty simple. Just make certain that the unit you bought didn't get harmed during transportation and they analyze the unit according to the Maker 's instructions.

5) Do these tubs use more water than conventional tubs?

Yes. A walk in bathtub is not usually shorter than an average bath tub, which comprises about 2 1/2 feet of water on average. Some manufacturers say if a standard shower is 7 minutes that you just use the same quantity of water as a shower that is typical and you also use 7 gallons of water a minute. Many of the walk in baths on the market have a 40-80 gallon capacity. The truth is, many manufacturers recommend that you have a hot water tank that holds at least 50 gallons, though some tubs will operate effectively if you fill them with 40-60 gallons.

6) Will Medicare cover the cost of equipment and installation in Indiana?

Medicare does not cover walk in bathtub gear and installation prices in Indiana, because they're house modifications, not durable medical equipment. Durable medical equipment doesn't contain 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 simpler. Consumer Affairs indicates that you might wish to contact Medicare to see if (for mobility safety reasons) a walk-in bath is justified to determine whether the gear may be somewhat 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 receiver of Medicare and Medicaid, you need to also consider the Dual-Eligible Specific Needs Strategy. Medicaid provides a complete listing of waivers relevant to the elderly that we recommend that you review.

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

The American Elder Care Research Organization lists several other financial assistance avenues to think about when looking for assistance to buy your walk-in bath. (1) The US Department of Agriculture helps low income and elderly residents of rural areas make house modifications to empower aging in place. The USA Rural Development program is also known as the Section 504 plan, the Very Low-Income Housing Repair program and the RD 504 Loan Program. The modifications may have a walk in tub. There are age, income and geographic requirements to participate. To learn more about the maximum numbers available, other limitations and how to apply, visit and click on your state after you click on the 'Contact Us' link. Following that, you can click on your county and also a record 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 see if there are any that contain home modifications. (3) Rebuilding Together, a national non profit that can maybe offset the installation costs of a walk in bath, can be a great resource. Contact them at (4)There are other alternatives to consider. The Internal Revenue Service may decide your home modification qualifies for tax deductions as a medical and dental expense. This really should not be confused with the Dependent Care Tax Credit, which is used for dependent care expenses incurred by a citizen that was primary to enable them to work rather than caring for their dependent. There are also qualifications in order to claim an individual who requires care as a dependent. Call the IRS to see if you can deduct the cost of installing your walkin tub. IRS Publication 502 is an excellent resource that will help you judge whether changing your toilet qualifies you to deduct it as a medical expense. You may also phone them at (800) 829-1040. (5) The National Resource Center on Supportive Housing and Home Modification can also allow you to locate help to cover home modifications. Just click here to learn more (6) Your local Independent Living Center (ILC) is a beneficial resource for suggestions on how to pay for your alterations. Click here to learn more or (6) Some state housing finance agencies provide loan plans to help folks with disabilities or families living in a household with a member living with disabilities including home modification systems that are part of the state Assistive Technology application. Click the link to learn more about this option

8) How much do walk-in bathtubs cost in Lafayette?

A walk-in tub in Lafayette generally ranges in price from $1,700 to over $30,000. The cost also changes depending on whether you pick acrylic or fiberglass bathtubs. Everybody differs and ensuring that a walk-in bath works for a person's unique position is quite crucial as it's usually replacing a bathtub or bath assembly that isn't satisfying their needs. A superb walk in bath runs between installed. and $8,000 $3,000 Some suppliers provide monthly obligations or a cash bonus.

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

The most crucial benefit is that it facilitates your mind if you have mobility issues, because depending on your circumstance, you can slip on a regular bath or have problem getting into the tub with no low step threshold. By making bath simpler, the design of a walk-in bath may also make it much more convenient for people who you depend on in your own life and assist you to live more independently. Sliding shower doors can pose a danger to elders or people that have mobility problems along with the door for a walk-in bath is conveniently made for ease of use. Aside from the advantages of accessibility and security, living alone in Lafayette is a real concern for individuals experiencing mobility issues. Other advantages include enhanced relaxation given all the attributes which are available to you personally. It alleviates the distress associated with common ailments. It's a popular pick for those who want autonomy, love taking baths and need to feel safe and worry-free unimpeded by their freedom issue.

10) Will AETNA cover the cost of equipment and installation in Indiana?

Aetna will not insure walkin tubs under their conventional plans in Indiana. Aetna does not insure walk in baths under their HMO and health network plans either. They normally follow Medicare's standards for durable medical equipment (DME) items used in the toilet. In case the member is bed- confined or room - confined some DMEs are considered medically necessary, instead of a convenience. DMEs are considered medically necessary if it is needed for day-to-day tasks and is primarily medical in nature. Since bathing is considered a daily living activity and considered vital, toilet items which are considered medically necessary if a member is unable to bathe or shower without being seated or unable to transfer to and from a bath are listed by Aetna.

11) Do Walk-In Bathtubs Leak?

Yes, they can leak. Another common complaint from people who tried to save cash and bought a lousy quality bath comes from door leaks. When buying a walk-in bathtub, be sure you purchase a lifetime guarantee, because as soon as the door leaks, the tub can't be used by you, until the seal is fixed by you. Be sure that the walk in bathtub is stiff and powerful to avoid any flex that inhibits a water tight door. Also, during the setup process, it is exceptionally recommended that the Indiana installer never lift the bath by the plumbing, as it can result in leaks. Mishandling and also during carrying any damage that may have happened can loosen appointments and cause leakage. Before using the walk in bath, it is important that the bathtub is tested by the installer correctly according to the instruction manual. The water may have problem emptying correctly and might cause the door to leak if the bath is not installed degree together with the supporting attributes provided. Eventually, be sure to understand the dangers related to the placement of your walk in bathtub, particularly alcoves, since they have special requirements to prevent leaking.

12) Will the cost of installation and equipment be covered by my disability in Indiana?

If your impairment was a result of a vehicle or work injury, check together with the appropriate insurance carrier to determine if home adjustments resulting from your IN impairment are covered. Claims that comprise Lafayette dwelling modifications are not inadmissible in insurance settlements. Someone qualifies for Social Security disability benefits when they've worked in work that was insured by Social Security and have a health condition that meets their definition of impairment. If you're injured or on disability, benefits could be covered. Since SSI is a needs-based program as well as an SSI recipient must have limited income and resources, qualification for the Plan for Achieving Self-Support (PASS) allows a person who has a disability to attain an occupational goal. The money that's set aside under a PASS could be used for anything that results in an occupational objective and may be used to cover house modifications through an SSI savings strategy. If you're a veteran, the Department of Veterans' Affairs does offer individual plans that may help you deflect a number of the price. There are Indiana dwelling modification grants which are available that might provide you assistance for the installation and purchase of a walk in bath: (1) the Specially Adapted Housing (SAH) Grant; (2) the Special Home Adaptation (SHA) Grants; and the Home Improvements and Structural Alterations (HISA) Grant. Contact the VA and ask for VA form 26-4555 to submit an application for a SAH or SHA grant. For information on all VA benefits in Indiana call 1 800 827 1000.

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