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Ensure Your Bathroom Is Ready For When You Leave The Hospital

After a hospital stay, it’s great to hear the words “you can go home.”

If your physical needs have changed, however, it’s important that you can continue to live safely and comfortably at home. You may wish to organise your equipment or make changes before returning home. At AHM Installations, we’re used to constructing bathrooms for people returning home from the hospital.

Mr. Simpson, 86, one of our clients, was brought to the hospital with Covid-19 last year. He also had pneumonia, a superbug, and a stroke, and he was hospitalised for seven weeks. “There was a lot of prayer,” Mrs Simpson, 82, said.

Mr Simpson was scheduled to receive a low-level shower installed, but his carers informed him that the new shower tray would not work when he was ready to leave the hospital. To guarantee that the new wheelchair could manoeuvre into and around the bathroom, a wet space was necessary.

Mrs Simpson said, “Every time I called Nichola (at AHM) to let her know what was going on, she was extremely kind about it.” She was really calm and accommodating. The entire time, I felt entirely at ease.”

floor level luxury wet room

Getting Ready For Your New Bathroom

Here’s how to get your bathroom ready for you when you get back:

  • Pay attention to what experts have to say. A doctor, nurse, or occupational therapist may suggest which chores you need help with. If you need to go around, we’ll need to know the size of your walking frame or wheelchair, for example.
  • It’s important to know the difference between independent and assisted bathing. We’ll need to know if you can sit and stand without help, as well as how your mobility is projected to change over time, if you wish to stay independent. Bath lifts, for example, may be required if you will be supported by a carer.
  • Get help from a family member or a close friend. Involve someone you can trust in the decision-making process to make it less stressful. Make sure they know whether the toilet or tile design is essential to you ahead of time.
  • Get help from a family member or a close friend. Involve someone you can trust in the decision-making process to make it less stressful. Make sure they know whether the toilet or tile design is essential to you ahead of time.
  • Engage the help of a qualified bathroom remodelling company. Some companies focus solely on selling bathroom accessories without taking the time to learn about your preferences and needs. At AHM, we prioritise the quality of life. It’s meaningless to have a product if it doesn’t make your life simpler and safer.

AHM has built thousands of accessible bathrooms over the last 20 years, so we know how to make restrooms safe and attractive no matter what your budget is. Everyone should be able to bathe securely and inexpensively, in our opinion.

Please Contact Us For Further Information About Mobility Bathrooms In Reading

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