Safe Step Cares is an initiative started by Safe Step Walk-In Tub Co. to benefit families and individuals in need of a walk-in tub. We understand how many people require a walk-in tub in order to take a bath and we strive to provide those in need with the opportunity for safety, comfort and independence.
Safe Step Walk-In Tub Co. is one of the nation’s leading walk-in tub providers, known for quality, service and affordability. Safe Step Tubs have received the Ease-Of-Use Commendation by the Arthritis Foundation and are manufactured and built in America using American-made components. Their quality is backed with the best warranty in the business, including a lifetime warranty on the tub, the door seal and faucets. Servicing all of the US and Canada, Safe Step Walk-In Tub is a family company, headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee.
Safe Step Cares Media Contact: Derek Farley, firstname.lastname@example.org, 704-941-7353.
David Scarbrough weighed 18 ounces at birth. At age three, he was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. As David has grown, his muscles have struggled to keep up, but his spirit more than makes up for it. Now 13, David is a Boy Scout and the MVP of his local Tee Ball League. He loves dogs, four-wheeling and has an extensive selection of keys. He has hundreds attached to a keyring on a bike kept in his backyard. A key factor in David’s comfort and rehabilitation is inside his home. He calls his Safe Step Walk-In Tub “Soaky.”
In September of 2012, David’s mother, Ronette, was advised by David’s doctors to seek out a walk-in tub to assist with David’s mobility, treatment and therapy. Faced with the rising medical costs stemming from David’s care, Ronette began researching companies online who might be able to help.
Andrea Allender, director of marketing at Safe Step Walk-In Tub Co., discovered the fundraising effort online and asked Safe Step’s President and Owner Mike Duffer about the possibility of donating a tub to a family in need. Mike was more than willing, and from that first donation the program has expanded to include additional honorees.
Do you know someone who is making a difference in their community and could benefit from a walk-in tub?