Focus: Plumbing

Height-adjustable bathroom fixtures can make life easier for people with mobility challenges

March 6, 2017

Height-adjustable bathroom fixtures can make life easier for people with mobility challenges, according to an article on the FacilityCare website.

Fixtures have been designed to allow quick and easy height and position adjustability.

The ability to reposition wall-mounted fixtures may make it possible for some disabled individuals maintain independence — for instance, to transfer themselves onto toilets. 

Other benefits include easier access to bathing or seating surfaces for cleaning and sanitation purposes.

Read the article.



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