Bidet toilet seats for the disabled
toilet seats or under-toilet seat bidet attachments are of particular
benefit to people with disabilities or special needs, those who struggle
with cleaning and for those who are finding it increasingly difficult
to remain independent. If you or someone you know falls in this
category, an attachable bidet toilet seat or under-toilet seat bidet
attachment may be of benefit by simplifying the cleaning process.
One of the most important benefits to people with disabilities that is often overlooked is that using a bidet toilet seat or under-toilet seat bidet attachment helps them retain their dignity, not to mention making it easier for carers.
Bidet toilet seats and under-toilet seat bidet attachments differ from traditional freestanding ceramic bidets in that they do not require the user to traverse from one unit to another for cleaning. By simply replacing the existing toilet seat with an attachable bidet toilet seat or by placing an under-toilet seat bidet attachment directly under the toilet seat, the user remains on a single unit without having to move, making it more convenient and safer.
Making the move to a bidet toilet seat or under-toilet seat bidet attachment is an ideal choice for those who always feel unclean after having struggled to clean themselves efficiently. Wiping becomes unnecessary as all of the cleaning functions are performed by the bidet unit. Electric models go even further in assisting by completing the cleaning process with an inbuilt drying function. The drier blows warm air onto the skin, drying it before leaving the toilet seat.
There is a lot less exertion required for people who have a limited range of motion because they do not have to strain to reach out and wipe themselves. Instead, they simply press a button (on electric models) or use the adjustable knobs (on non-electric models) to turn on the water for an automatic wash.
Another advantage of using a bidet toilet seat or under-toilet seat bidet attachment, is the potential to reduce the number of baths or showers a disabled individual might take in order to feel ‘clean’.
Many bidet toilet seats and under-toilet seat bidet attachments also work with arm rests and grab bars that attach to the wall floor.
For further information please contact Bidets2go, the Australian Distributor of Bio Bidet toilet seats and under-toilet seat bidet attachments at www.bidets2go.com.au.