Creating An Accessible Bathroom For People With Less Mobility

We all know that we would not be able to survive in a house that has no proper bathroom facility installed in it, it will make us move to another destination to get our many duties done and this therefore proves just how important a proper bathroom really is to any household. While construction workers mostly focus on the overall cage of the bathroom, interior designers will have the responsibility of making sure that the bathroom is designed in an appropriate and a pleasant manner to everyone about to use it. Whether it is in a house or in a public building, it is always the same. Bathrooms must be prioritized. While most of us are fortunate enough to use a bathroom with no help or support whatsoever, some people might find this task a tiny bit difficult.

This, however, does not mean they are in any way unfortunate, it only means they need necessary precautions and a few changes here and there to fit their own needs. So for people with less mobility and access to a bathroom, here are some easy ways to make the bathroom tasks easier.

A proper toilet

One of the hardest tasks a disabled or a less mobile individual have to face inside a bathroom would be using the toilet facilities. If they do not have someone to always help them with this task, they will have trouble using commodes that are not designed with these individuals in mind. It is in a way unfair, which is why we must do our part to ensure these individuals are going to use these facilities as easily as we are going to. You can install a disabled toilet in any bathroom and these are especially designed with less mobile individuals in mind. It is going to make bathroom tasks a lot easier for everyone!

A seated shower

While people with no accessibility issue can enjoy their showers while standing like we are supposed to, it cannot be done this way with people who are a bit different from us. This difference must be regarded in a positive manner and changes must be made to suit them. A walk in shower can be built to make it easier for them to get in to the shower and then a seat can be installed so they can be seated during the shower instead of standing with support. These seats are available in most shower ware stores and can be requested along with a shower rail set as well.

The Faucets
Faucets can also be changed or installed in a manner that can benefit people with less mobility. Some people might have trouble with operating taps or faucets with their hands, so instead they can use a faucet that simply detects their hands under it. No hands are needed to operate this or control this kind of faucet and while they are usually found in public washrooms, they should be a priority for disabled bathrooms.