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Dementia Friendly Bathroom Design | Dementia Patient
4 February 2019
Designing a bathroom that is suitable and safe for a dementia patient is a focus area for many bathroom adaptation companies as it is estimated there are 800,000 people living with dementia in the UK. With a further 163,000 new cases diagnosed each year there is an increasing requirement for dementia friendly bathroom design.
Wet Room Ideas for Disabled People | More Ability
17 January 2019
There are many options available to help increase safety in the bathroom, however our various wet room ideas for the disabled have to be the ultimate solution.Read More
Bathroom Design Ideas For The Disabled | More Ability
7 November 2018
When designing a bathroom for a disabled user, safety is paramount. Through careful planning, knowledgeable product selection and proper consideration given towards the design the results could be a safe space that permits independent bathing and complete peace of mind for the user and their loved ones.Read More
What Size Should A Disabled Toilet Be | More Ability
9 August 2018
Disabled toilet users need to be able to easily enter a disabled toilet, transfer to it and reach all the amenities as easily as possible. We’ve taken a look at the accessible design requirements that need to be adhered to.Read More
Merging an aesthetical bathroom design while meeting a user’s clinical needs
14 June 2018
Mobility bathrooms, often for the elderly and less-able, tend to be required as a direct result of a clinical need. Purely rational in requirement the majority of mobility bathrooms can be an eyesore due to a hospital-esk solution being featured in the domestic home. Not an intentional outcome by any means however when functional requirements understandably take president over an aesthetical design there is often a line drawn under what would look good and what will be fit for purpose.Read More
How to design an assisted bathroom, suitable for simultaneous end-user and care giver use.
11 May 2018
In the UK over 6.5 million of us are classified as a care giver. That figure will include professional working carers as well as family carers. Within this article we will focus on both care types from a domiciliary care point of view, usually referred to as home care. The reasons for doing so is that in any instance where domiciliary care is being provided it is anticipated it will cover the concept of assisted bathing as a result of the bathroom being a high risk and/or troublesome area.Read More