Your home should be an environment that adapts to the people who occupy it, not the other way around. However, often we see people struggling with the current facilities in their home when they have not been modified.
Having the correct bathroom support can be incredibly beneficial in giving back a sense of independence, autonomy and confidence when using the toilet.
When a person is losing their autonomy, the reality can be distressing. In order to stay in their current residence of choice, a person must revisit and redevelop their usual hygiene routines and habits in order to accommodate reduced ability.
The challenge that is too regularly faced by people with limited mobility is how they continue to go about their occupations in a safe and confident way.
To overcome this barrier, it is essential to equip the home with adaptations that give the person a sense of autonomy. The most common piece of equipment which is easily facilitated into the home is a commode chair.