We take great pride in the work we do, helping make organisation and residences all over the UK more inclusive. Here are a few of our projects.
We developed a bespoke Changing Places facility for Kingsbury – incorporating a separate male and female WC as part of the entire modular unit.
This modular Changing Places facility is located directly on the seafront promenade at Eastbourne, and is making waves with the locals.
Find out more about the problem that RAF visitors faced and how we helped the popular museum make their attraction inclusive for a wider range of visitors.
We recently helped to create a more inclusive Community Hub for the Regent Centre, Riccall. Find our Changing Places Case Study here.
As an attraction that strives to be inclusive, Twycross Zoo had a Changing Places toilet on their agenda for a long time. Recently, iHUS were able to team up with the popular zoo to create a new facility.
This great charity was gifted with a legacy to improve accessibility to users of the Trans Pennine Trail in Longdendale (Torside). Here is how we helped them achieve this.
Working with OpeMed, we installed a new pre-fabricated Changing Places facility for the team at Bristol Family Cycle Centre.
Mid Sussex Inclusive Playground Enhanced with Changing Places Toilet.
National Trust Clumber Park
In early November 2009 I contracted swine flu and pneumonia which subsequently lead to a cardiac arrest at Doncaster Royal Infirmary and having to be resuscitated twice. Here is how iHUS helped me.
iHUS were engaged to provide a living space for an injured serving soldier and his family in Grimsby, Humberside.
A touching testimonial from John Edon. Read the Edon’s story here.
Take a look at how Mr & Mrs King are benefiting from their recent adaptation including a fully adapted bathroom with power assisted bath.
Chantal and Chris say Thank you to iHUS. Here is the story of a modular extension that has changed their live fore the better, forever.
iHUS worked with the school to design the redevelopment and improvement of the toilet and bathing facilities provided for the students.
The money that households with a disabled person spend is estimated to be worth £212 billion, according to Government research. This figure — the so-called ‘purple pound’ — relates to all 12.2 million disabled people in the UK. There is much more to a Changing Places Toilet than meets the eye.