A wet room bathroom is characterized by having a shower area that is completely level with the existing floor. A wet room area can be introduced into most bathrooms, by simply sloping the floor towards a special drainage point. The floor must then be either tiled or covered in a special slip resistant flooring.
Disability wet rooms are very much like our standard wet rooms but they have been designed and built for people unable to use a conventional bath. These wet rooms or walk in showers are our specialty.
If you still like a bath but find it difficult to get into. Consider having it lower. So the floor of the bath is at the same level as the floor of the room. (Depending on pipe work for waste). The bath side is not very high then and it is not difficult to step over. The main difficulty with getting into a normal bath is the difference in levels, not the height of the bath side.