Grabs bars are an excellents addition to any bathroom for several reasons. They are easy to install, they are relatively inexpensive, and you can boost molibility in the bathroom without making any major modifications. Install the grab bars by the toilet, near the bathtub, and inside the shower so your senior can get in and out/up and down easier than before.
A bathroom bench can attach to the side of the tub or shower, giving a senior a place to sit while they are bathing. This helps with those who experience muscle weakness and can't stand for long periods of time.
You can make bathroom experiences safer outside of the physical bathroom too. Bedside commodes help those recovering from surgery, or suffering from weakness, dizziness, or even paralysis. It allows them to maintain toilet habits without having to make their way into the bathroom.
When seniors fall, they are at an increased risk of serious injury. Non-slip mats can help reduce their chance of falling in the bathroom. You can install these in front of the tub, sink, toilet, and shower to create a beneficial, non-slip surface. You can also install a mat inside the tub so they don't slip in the suds.
Raised toilet seats
As we get older, sitting down and standing up becomes more difficult. This is especially true for seniors who suffer from arthritis or joint pain. A raised toilet seat can help with that. The seat sits three to four inches higher than a traditional seat so seniors don't have to lower their bodies as far. They also often come with handles on the side to assist with movement.