Clos-o-Mat has introduced a new range enabling elderly and disable people to have a stylish bathroom that can be easily adapted to meet immediate, and future, needs.
The Vita range of bidet toilets looks like, and can be used as, conventional WCs.
The user can be hygienically and consistently cleaned, if preferred, with built-in douching and drying. If the user’s needs change, accessories can be added to help them retain their ability to toilet without help.
The Clos-o-Mat Palma Vita is floor-mounted, but the Lima Vita gives a wall-hung variant with integrated, fully automatic, height adjustability.
Robin Tuffley, Clos-o-Mat marketing manager said: “The latest range gives sleek, contemporary aesthetics with the best performance available in the market. And providers have the added peace of mind that all our equipment is made in Britain, with British, nationwide service & technical support.”
HB Villages is just one supported living developer understanding the benefits, through its assistive technology partner ATEL. It already, where needed by the potential occupant, uses Clos-o-Mat, having created the infrastructure from the outset to link design and essential services.
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