Where to start. Who are we designing for?
Equipment that can be adjusted both vertically and horizontally will of course benefit more users and can save having to make future adaptations to suit a change in occupancy or ability
Types of shower tray
Level access, easy access, step in shower trays and wet room formers.
Shouldn't all of our kitchens be more accessible? Whether you are young or old, short or tall, able or disabled.
Accessible Public Toilets
There are lots of manufacturers, distributers and importers that state they comply with The Building Regulations Approved Document 'M' or BS8300-2009 but almost all of them don't. You can learn here exactly what is required and the reasoning behind it.
Level access showering is safe and of benefit to everyone, including wheelchair users.
Shower doors and screens
Types of shower door, screens, cubicles, shower curtains and curtain rails.
Walk in baths
This particular bath was not designed with less able people in mind but it looks great and is ideal as it offers the best of both worlds.
Toilets can be floor standing, wall hung, with exposed or concealed cisterns, some such as the Clos-O-Mat can even wash and dry you.
Shower Waste Pumps
If you can't achieve level access showering with a gravity waste; pump it.