These shower screens and enclosures comprise of a number of panels that are wall-fixed. When access or assistance from a carer is required these screens are usually 750mm or 900mm in height so the carer can reach over them. They can be used with the range of shower trays or a wet room. There are a range of configurations depending on the requirements of the household.
As an alternative view portable shower screens
Read detailed information on fixed shower screens and enclosures.
When considering bathing equipment an individual assessment with an occupational therapist may be appropriate, your safety in your bathroom is very important. There may be individual factors which determine which bathing equipment best suits your needs, the information on this site is not a substitute for individual assessment.
Once you have determined the essential features required you will probably need advice from a supplier to determine the feasibility for your bathroom.
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