Making a bathroom more accessible can be one of the best home modifications to make for those who are experiencing mobility issues and trying to stay in their own home. The bathroom is the room in the house that presents the biggest challenge to the elderly or those with various types of disabilities.
Great blog about how a mom potty trained within one weekend! Great ideas also, she had a “potty chart” and “potty toys” that worked great for her 2.5 year old son. Awesome read to get some inspiration on what may work for your child! #pottytraining #moms #toddlers
Toilet suite for Seniors or the disabled.The new generation Opal II range brings polish and streamlined style to Australian bathrooms. With the inclusion of a raised height pan, the Opal II Easy Height allows for easy transfer on and off the seat, ideal for the elderly or people with restricted movement. Includes stainless steel armrests. #seniorsliving
While there is no shortage of companies that offer products for adapting a standard home for the needs of an elderly or disabled person, there are few that look at the complete picture. An exception is AKW, the leading provider of independent living solutions, a company which encompasses both product innovation and design expertise to offer a one-stop shop for accessible living with style.