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27 June 2017

Equipment

Traditional accessible toilets do not often meet the needs of the thousands of people with profound and multiple learning disabilities as well as other severe impairments such as spinal injuries, muscular dystrophy and cerebal palsy.

Toilet equipment

A Changing Places toilet has more space and provides the equipment people need to be able to use the toilet in safety and comfort. It is important that these features are all present in order to make sure the toilet is suitable for those who need it most.

Each toilet must provide an adult sized, height adjustable changing bench, a hoist and a peninsular (centrally placed) toilet. 

 Follow the links below to find out more about equipment needed in Changing Places toilet:

 

 

 

 

Changing benches

Read about changing benches in more detail

Hoists

Read about hoists in more detail

Peninsular toilet

Read about peninsular toilets in more detail

Grab rails

Read about grab rails in more detail

Wash basin

Read about wash basins in more detail

Further information

You can also read further information in this section on: 

Manufacturers

Equipment costs

Key schemes

 

 


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