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Sensory Rooms in Schools blog title graphic
Sensory rooms in schools are becoming increasingly common – the education system has recognised the benefits of a sensory room for both pupils with specific difficulties, such as Autism, and pupils with behavioural issues or anxiety. If you work in a school and are convinced that a sensory room would make a world of difference...
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Sensory Rooms Mainstream Education graphic
Sensory rooms are a popular addition to many education facilities, more commonly seen in special schools, even ‘mainstream schools’ are now benefiting from their use. Used for a variety of reasons and in different settings, in this week’s post, we’re specifically looking at sensory rooms in mainstream schools, and how they can be used, especially...
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Disabled changing rooms regulates need to be met for Changing Places
With the installation of Changing Places facilities on the rise, many business owners will be looking at their sites and wondering where a new bathroom can be situated, possibly thinking that it isn’t possible. Although there are specific disabled changing room regulations in place for Changing Places, there is usually always a way that any...
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Will More People with Disabilities Visit My Attraction If We Install A Changing Places Toilet? Graphic
People with disabilities make up a large proportion of the UK population and like everyone else, they want to live their lives to the fullest and have access to the same conveniences that everybody else does. Sometimes, that’s not always possible due to the lack of appropriate toilets or changing places. for that reason, many...
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Changing Places Space
Changing Places toilets are large – larger than your average bathroom and bigger than a standard accessible toilet. This can lead to concerns that it wouldn’t be feasible for a business to install a Changing Places facility. So, what are the dimensions of a Changing Places facility? How much space do you need and what...
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BS8300 regulations article graphic
If you are looking to install a Changing Places toilet you will have no doubt come across BS8300 and wondered what it has to do with bathrooms. This article is a brief guide to the regulations and how they relate to Changing Places.
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Changing Places Planning Permission graphic
Does a Changing Places facility need planning permission? What about building regulations? Are there any other regulations we need to consider? And, what about listed buildings? These are among some of the first questions we’re asked when a new client gets in touch. In this week’s blog, we give a brief overview of planning permission...
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iHUS have partnered up with Access for All UK to deliver another Changing Places seminar. The free event is a must for business owners, facility managers and anyone else looking to make their site more accessible to disabled customers. Read on for more information.
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Sensory rooms can be a lifeline for people with learning disabilities or sensory processing disorders – the market for the specially built rooms is now huge and the benefits have been recognised for years. This week we are looking at some of the benefits of installing a sensory room at home or in a business,...
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Sensory Rooms from iHUS graphic
Here at iHus Changing Places, the team are committed to the expert design, manufacture and professional installation of Sensory Rooms, as well as raising awareness through our training program and seminars, dedicated to Access for All, including those with the most profound disabilities. According to a new report, the ‘Global Sensory Rooms’ market is set...
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