Up to 6million people in the UK are affected by continence issues, according to latest figures from the NHS – Closomat have stressed the importance of the Changing Places toilet.
A recent survey has highlighted the growing need for accessible rented accommodation, and particularly homes with accessible bathrooms, say Closomat.
A newly redeveloped town centre, billed as ‘the next generation in shopping and leisure’, has taken this mantra through to its customer facilities, courtesy of Closomat.
The estates manager of Kingsweston School in Bristol has been full of praise for the Closomat Palma Vita shower (wash & dry) toilet, which has recently been fitted in the school’s new hygiene room.
Improvements via Closomat at a venue already a Centre for Excellence are enabling people with disabilities to enjoy the benefits of a horse-themed holiday.
Service providers can take a simple step to achieving home adaptation provision that is accessible and timely by using Closomat.
Torbay Council is investing in its toilets to enhance its offering to the public, which includes a state of the art Changing Places from Closomat.
Closomat recently conducted a survey which demonstrates how having suitable toilets can prove an attraction to potential customers.
Closomat has created a range of resources to allow building designers and managers to expand their accessibility for disabled people when toileting.
The UK’s first accessible shopping day will be held this November, and Closomat is helping retailers prepare for the event.