Changing a client’s WC can contribute towards providing a positive health outcome for a raft of health problems.
According to Closomat, PROMs where a conventional WC has been switched for one of its wash dry/ shower toilets consistently reflect enhanced QOL and HRQOL in mental and physical health.
“As we move towards integrated care, a holistic approach such as the provision of appropriate ‘tech’ to improve a patient’s health is increasingly a consideration,” observes Robin Tuffley, Closomat marketing manager. “A wash & dry/shower toilet, for example, improves hygiene, particularly with bladder, bowel and/or skin sensitivities or issues. It enables someone who may otherwise need help to use the toilet to go unaided, having a huge impact on their mental wellbeing.”
Uniquely, Closomat’s Palma Vita can be accessorised to accommodate changing needs as a person’s condition deteriorates- such as with Multiple Sclerosis, arthritis, MND- so it can continue to provide relief, potentially reducing the likelihood of hospital re-admission.
Closomat’s Palma Vita is the only wash & dry toilet developed specifically for disabled people, and the brand leader. Details of the shower toilet, and accessories available, can be found on Closomat’s website www.closomat.co.uk.
Closomat is further unique in offering initial commissioning, and in-house service & maintenance, as part of its commitment to enable dignified and hygienic intimate care. It also offers full UK-based pre- and post-sales support, including site survey, design advice, supply, installation, commissioning, and service & maintenance.