Let me give you the back story on my parents. My Mom and Dad (maybe I should refer to them as Betty and Rob to protect their identities) have been married for 48 years. Betty's health has declined over the past couple of years due to TIA's "mini-strokes" and a stroke she suffered one year ago. The strokes have fortunately left Betty with speech and mobility intact, but she has issues with short term memory. Betty has always been the one to take care of everything, but roles have now shifted. Rob is a kind and loving man. Rob has a part-time retirement job driving a hearst for a local funeral home. Yes, it is a strange job, but Rob enjoys it. Now the story begins.
Mom decides to take a bath in her Jacuzzi tub and when she has finished bathing is unable to step out of the tub. Dad tries to help her out of the tub, but is unsuccessful. Mom is unable to move her legs and pull herself out of the tub. A call is placed to 911 and paramedics and firemen arrive to extracate Mom from the tub. (It is OK to laugh.) Mom laughed in the emergency room as she told me about the sleeve the rescue personnel used to remove her from the tub. Mom said it reminded her of the slings they use to rescue sick whales or dolphins.
( I know this is what you are picturing in your mind.)