Quorum Productions' Hit TV Show Designing Spaces Talks Shower Safety for Seniors

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Research has shown that the lack of bathing access and safety concerns associated with that are the primary reasons mobility challenged people leave their homes to live in a facility. The hit Quorum Productions television program Designing Spaces will feature Virginia Byrd, owner of Access Designs Inc., who will show viewers smart ways they can overcome shower accessibility.

Remodeling costs to remove an existing bathtub and replace it with a shower can range between $3,000 and $12,000

"Remodeling costs to remove an existing bathtub and replace it with a shower can range between $3,000 and $12,000," says Byrd. "This is prohibitive to those wishing to convert a bathing area into a shower allowing access for seniors. There are alternatives. The TubcuT is a product that installs into any existing bathtub, providing water-tight, safe bathing options for those people who are mobility-challenged. We'll be looking at some of these alternatives and their benefits."

About Designing Spaces: Created by Quorum Productions, this half hour informative series inspiring viewers to make every space count and instructs them on the smartest ways to make their homes more beautiful and functional. From advice on large scale renovations to small modifications, simple tips on making everyday tasks easier to decorating on a budget, this is the one show that provides you with all the comprehensive information you'll need, presented in a fun, easy-to-follow format. Designing Spaces is seen Saturday and Sunday mornings on TLC and on the Women's Entertainment Network between 7:00 & 10:00 am.

About Quorum Productions: A division of O2 Media Inc., this Florida-based production company is nationally renowned for creating excellent quality programming that educates and informs viewers. Their shows are geared towards disseminating vital solutions to life's problems. These programs not only touch the hearts of their viewers but help them make important decisions which impact their lives. Guests on Designing Spaces have included representatives from companies such as Intel, AT&T, HP, Martha Stewart, Chase Bank, Sara Lee, Prudential Real Estate, Celebrity Cruise Lines and many others.

For additional information about getting your company's stories on Designing Spaces, contact: Lysa Liemer, Executive Vice President of Programming, at: http://www.designingspaces.tv or call 954-571-5221.

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