The iHUS team combine construction industry experience with specialist knowledge and a passion for disabled adaptations and granny annexes. Based in South Yorkshire, we work nationwide to enhance disabled bathroom access in a wide range of sectors, including; care homes, schools, leisure centres, tourist attractions, public buildings, commercial and domestic properties.
Over a 1/4 million people need Changing Places toilets to enable them to get out and about and enjoy the day-to-day activities many of us take for granted. Whether you have space internally or need a modular unit. We have the solution.
iHUS are one of the UK’s leading Disabled Adaptations Specialists; working closely with Field Professionals, Occupational Therapists, Architects, Case Managers and Solicitors we cover all aspects of building adaptations from minor access and mobility difficulties to extensive adaptations.
Sensory rooms are used by a wide variety of people and for different reasons, either way; they can change and enrich lives. iHUS offer both modular and adapted sensory rooms that can be customised to meet a range of needs.
We’re passionate about transforming lives, and regardless of the challenge or situation, we deliver practical solutions for people with disabilities and their carers. iHUS provide some of the most vulnerable people in our society with maximum independence, safety and dignity.
Public toilets hold approximately 77,000 germs and viruses. This statistic becomes even more alarming when you consider that those who require adult changing facilities typically get changed on the toilet floor.
Our work in disabled adaptions means that we’re aware of the challenges that disabled people face when it comes to toilet provisions. Through the iHUS blog, we raise awareness and pass on advice to business owners looking to capitalise on the Purple Pound and make their businesses easier to access.
In a word iHUS were Fantastic! They clearly have a grasp on exactly what is needed to meet the Changing Places criteria. There were no delays, everything worked, and our facility is built to a very high standard. Communications were excellent and the project was delivered on time and to budget.
Our service is designed for speed and efficiency. We take care of the planning, design and manufacture of your facility, complete all groundworks and provide expert project management.
We’re proud to work in association with Access for All UK — expert consultants who live and breathe accessibility and deliver Changing Places training as part of our comprehensive service.
Jane Cooper of Access for All UK explains why Changing Places are so important to families across the UK. She gives a recollection of her own experiences as a mum and explains how undignified it can be when facilities don’t exist.