Bath lifts fit inside the bath and can lift the person who is in the bath from the top to the bottom of the bath. Most bath lifts have a seat and a back rest, to allow you or the person comfort and stability when it comes to getting in the bath. Bath steps are great for people that are restricted by mobility but these can also be used by children who are getting in and out of the bath to ensure that they get out safely. The bath steps are non-slip so once you are on there, there is no chance of slipping due to having wet feet.
Getting a bath board means you can relax in the bath, with somewhere to leave a book, soap, shampoo or anything you need to hand.
Other bathroom aids come in the form of grab rails, which you can hold on to for support when standing up and sitting down, shower chairs for you to sit on in the shower and raised toilet seats to reduce the distance you need to lower yourself. And if mobility is an issue, you may also get good use out of a commode.