Toilet & bath solutions
Our product solutions aim to support children ability to maintain a seated or lying position while going to the toilet, taking a shower or bath by providing support for the legs, pelvis region, trunk and for some of the solutions also the shoulder region, head and neck region.
The use of assistive devices such as a shower chair or toilet chair, can help the child to develop skills within self-care activities by compensating for their health condition and limitations in body function.
The target users of our solutions within special needs toilet, shower and bath equipment range from children with severe impairments who need comprehensive support, to children with mild to moderate impairments who can sit for shorter periods or with a minimum of adult support and need a solution that allows them to sit without adult support.
Product solutions for special needs toilet & bath equipment
When choosing a shower chair, bathing and/or toilet chair consider the child’s needs to plan the best possible product solution.
Our Measurement and clinical examination sheet can be a good starting point to take the most important measurements and access the most important functional abilities. Find our Measurement and clinical examination sheet below.
To be able to decide between our toilet and bath solutions it is relevant to consider if the solution should be used for toileting, showering and/or bathing.
You can find our shower chairs, toilet chairs and bath products here.
Multifaceted toilet & bath chair
Toilet & bath brochure
Vests and belts brochure
Size and accessories
Our paediatric product solutions most often consist of a main product and accessories, that when combined match the needs of the user and caregivers.
The size of the main product should be chosen to allow as much growth as possible without compromising the child’s need for support.
On our product pages you can learn more about the sizes available and configuration of the main product
The large range of accessories for the shower chairs, toilet chairs and bath equipment can be used to individualise the type and amount of support provided by the child or to improve the work condition for the caregiver.