The restroom may be the smallest room in a home, but it is also a room that can provide a lot of challenges to carry out the daily living tasks for people with mobility issues and flexibility. The style and fashion for the wet rooms have grown over the years and these days it is not a difficult task to find the fixtures needed for setting up a restroom for a person with some physical disability. There are many products that need to be considered when setting up a customized restroom space for the people with physical deformities.
Grab railings for support
The most important fixture needed in a disabled toilet is the grab railing.
This is an ideal option in restrooms used by people who are able to walk, but need to cling on to some support in order to move safely.
The range of grab railing choices has increased now and finding one that suits the style of the room and also offers greater functionality will not be an issue.
You will find these railings to be offered in bright primary shades of primary coating to ones with steel or chrome finish as well as anodized aluminum to plastic railings.
Choose ones that are easy to hold and are less slippery when they get wet.
Stylish but functional sinks
There is a need for using accessible sinks in the restroom used by people with disabilities. The basins that have wide and sloping side edges would be a good option for people on wheelchairs. The edges with slopes will help a person to lean in and to rest their elbows comfortably on the basin. It will provide the necessary support and stability. The curved front means that both seated and standing users can get close to the basin to use the tap freely. Choose the back and sides of the basin to have raised edges as this will prevent the water from spilling on the floor. It is better to choose the basin that comes worth integrated handles to help the person to easily sit and stand near the basin.
Latest commodes on offer
The technology has advanced and so has the commodes that are one of the most important of all the bathroom accessories. There are automatic shower commodes on offer these days that will help you to do away the need for using a loop paper. Using the paper napkins is a very difficult job for people who have physical disabilities. The latest commodes will provide automatic washing and drying and therefore the need to use the loop paper can be avoided.