High Dependency Mobile Disabled Toilet Unit - Evesham, Worcestershire
This portable unit is ideal for your disabled toilet needs and is designed to be both luxurious and easy to use for both the carer and the disabled person. It is endorsed by The Changing Places Consortium/MENCAP.
2.85M Height x 7.8M Depth x 2.5M Width
The H.D.U unit incorporates many facilities for the disabled including a fully automatic tracking hoist, height-adjustable changing couch and sink, support hand rails for ease of movement, and emergency call alarm.
The unit is finished throughout in high gloss laminate with a light walnut effect trim created a luxury environment.
There is more than adequate space in the changing area for the disabled person and up to two carers. A centrally placed toilet with room either side for the carers, and a curtain to allow the disabled person and carer some privacy.
The unit has been used as a standby unit at a local livery yard and has been used less then 3 times.
Being endorsed by MENCAP means it upholds to all their regulations including:
A centrally placed, peninsular toilet with room either side for a wheelchair user, and wall-mounted vertical grab rails and drop-down support rails on either side to offer support while transferring and while seated.
The room should be at least 12 square metres, which will provide adequate space for the user, turning space for a wheelchair and room two carers if required. The floor surface should be non-slip and there should be plenty of space for a privacy screen and waste bins.
The washbasin should have clear space below the bowl, to allow a wheelchair user to access it comfortably. Ideally a height adjustable washbasin is preferred so that the height can be adjusted to suit the needs of the user. Many Changing Places Toilets also provide a shower which can be used with a shower seat or over the changing bench.
Changing bench and hoist
A height adjustable, adult-sized changing bench to provide a comfortable, stable platform for people who use incontinence pads or who need help being changed or undressed to use the toilet. A ceiling track hoist eliminates the need to lift a person manually and removes the risk of injury to the carer or the person being transferred. It allows someone who cannot self-transfer to move about the room with comfort and dignity.