We always start by looking at the type of residence that you live in. Has this already been adapted for limited mobility, does it need modernising or completely adapting? Whether you live in a flat, bungalow, or house with stairs, we will offer a solution to make your daily routine one less thing to worry about. A care home bathroom has usually already been adapted to assist with both assisted and Independent living lifestyles. Our services offer you the opportunity to transform your own home in to a private, secure, helpful and safe environment.
The safety aspects of every bathroom are very important, so we supply products with pull cords and emergency response buttons should you need urgent assistance.
Firstly, you should consider the help and assistance required in and around your home, especially in the bathroom which can be a tricky place to navigate. If you do need some help, then decide if it’s with the stairs, basin washing, bathing, maybe showering or getting on and off the toilet. For example, you may need rails to hold on to for support, low level basins, maybe even a walk-in bath or shower.
To avoid climbing in and out of a bathtub you may want to consider a bath with door that opens to one side for ease of access. How about hand rails to grab hold of, keeping you steady on your feet. Maybe easy grip taps and shower fittings that will turn on and off with very little pressure applied to them.
Wet rooms that come with level access to the shower area are becoming more popular, as are our ranges of low-level basins and toilets that have all been made at a comfort height. If you or a loved one are starting to feel unsteady on their feet and worried about falling accidentally, then you will find that our assisted living bathroom products offer fantastic affordable solutions for anyone with limited mobility.
Independent living generally means you can carry out most of your daily routines without any additional assistance or help. If you’re elderly or suffering with a lack mobility, the requirements and adjustments to your home or bathroom may be very minimal indeed. Do you require a shower with a very long hose which may help you and assist a carer when bathing you, or maybe you need a shower with a remote-control system for ease of use? Some of our shower ranges also come with seats so you don’t need to be on your feet when washing, some products also offer special access to help anyone that requires transfer from a wheelchair.