MOTO Hospitality has opened its latest assisted accessible facility from Closomat, northbound at Southwaite, Cumbria, giving those who need assistance to toilet, along with their carers, the necessary space and equipment.
MOTO is leading the way for helping disabled travellers, with Southwaite’s Changing Places facility including a ceiling track hoist, privacy screen and adult-sized height adjustable changing bench.
Also included is a height-adjustable wash basin and a Closomat Palma Vita wash & dry toilet, offering far greater independence and dignity to users.
Talking about the company’s drive to achieve the greatest customer specification possible, Kirsty Woods, MOTO Hospitality marketing & PR manager, said: “The toilet, with its extra space and the highest level of equipment, means that visitors who need physical or technical help to go to the toilet, and their carers, can now enjoy a comfort break, knowing there is somewhere suitable for them.”
Building Regulations and British Standard dictate a Changing Places should be offered in any building whereby large numbers of the public have access, as well as conventional wheelchair-accessible facilities.
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