We have a standard old bath tub and my mom has been able to manage till now taking her weekly shower with the help of her live in aide along with the use of a long shower transfer bench and the long hose from the faucet. However now she is finding that procedure a bit more difficult cause she has to move her weakened legs over the tub wall. So her new aide of a few months shared with me that on a prior job she used a shower chair (It looks basically like a toilet commode but with a modest sized squarish shaped water basin under it instead of the usual round basin for urine, etc.) She used the shower chair on the bathroom floor, next to but outside of the conventional tub and used the shower hose to reach the patient. She used towels under the shower chair to catch the splashes from soaking the floor. Has anyone ever used a shower chair in such a manner? It would be great if it worked but I have concerns about the floor getting soaked despite the towels. Before I ordered it I was wondering if anyone on this forum has done the same. Of course the next step would be to look into installing a walk in shower with a low lip. I see lots of add for the Bath Fitter Co which would be step 2 if this doesn't work. Has anyone went that route and used that company?