Showering adaptation and wetroom specialist Impey has released an informative guide, designed to help OTs understand the process of converting a bathroom for elderly or disabled users.
The guide is designed to lay out all the possible options for installation of a level access wetroom or showering area – supporting OTs in decision making processes and making specification easier.
Released at the recent OT Show at the NEC, the Little Book of Showering Adaptations covers the stages of planning and fitting a wetroom conversion. Chapters include: Creating an Accessible Wetroom; Creating an Accessible Shower Area with a Shower Tray; Drainage Options; Understanding Slip Resistance; Shower Selection – Electric or Mixer; Choosing Shower Doors or Screens and Finishing Touches.
The Little Book of Showering Adaptations is available, free of charge while stocks last, to OTs across the UK. As well as being used to help with the specification of showering facilities, the book – which is a handy pocket size – is a perfect aid to reassure users who are keen to understand the process of a prospective bathroom adaptation.
If you’re an OT who would like to request your free copy of the Little Book of Showering Adaptations, email your name and full postal address to Kieran Mooney via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information about Impey products and services can be found at: www.impeyshowers.com.