Over a quarter of a million severely disabled people in the UK don’t have access to public toilet facilities that meet their needs. At iHUS, we’re on a mission to change this — and we’ve developed a simple solution to this common problem.
A Unique Modular Solution
Don’t limit yourself with an internal adaptation. Our quick-build modular Changing Places toilets create space, rather than taking it — ensuring the optimal internal layout.
Case Study: Eastbourne
Discover how Eastbourne Borough Council have enhanced their disabled provision by installing a new modular Changing Places toilet directly on the seafront promenade.
Changing Places Seminar
iHUS and Access For All UK have teamed-up to deliver a free half-day seminar in Doncaster – to discuss the benefits and practical implications of installing a Changing Places toilet.
Business Case For Investment
The reasons to purchase a Changing Places toilet goes far beyond ‘doing the right thing’. Download our free guide, and read clear financial, legal and moral arguments for investment.
Premium Design & Specification
All of our internal and modular Changing Places toilets are built to exceed the requirements of BS 8300, providing:
The right equipment, including a height adjustable adult-sized changing bench, ceiling track hoist system (or mobile hoist if this isn’t possible) and peninsular toilet.
Adequate space (12sqm) for the disabled person and up to two carers, including a centrally placed toilet with transfer space either side and a screen/curtain to allow privacy.
A safe, clean environment that is publicly accessible, with wide tear-off paper roll to cover the bench, a large waste bin for disposable pads and a non-slip floor.
iHUS Adapt & Build Ltd.
iHUS Adapt & Build Ltd. one of the UK’s leading disabled adaptations companies, specialising in the design and installation of modular Changing Places toilets. Based in South Yorkshire, we combine over 30 years’ experience in construction with a specialist knowledge of disabled adaptations.
We work nationwide to enhance the disabled provision in care homes, schools, leisure centres, tourist attractions, public buildings, commercial and domestic properties. Our portfolio spans all aspects of building adaptations from minor access and mobility difficulties, to extensive adaptations for people with a very specific and traumatic profile.
We’re passionate about transforming lives, and regardless of the challenge or situation, we deliver practical solutions for carers and end-users that maximise independence and maintain dignity.
We believe that the Changing Places campaign is one of the most significant initiatives in disability access for the last 20 years, and we’re extremely proud to play a small role in supporting families and campaigners across the UK.