THE TEMPORARY WASHROOM SOLUTION
WashPod is a mobile, fully accessible, disabled bathroom that can be rapidly and affordably installed in your home (both as an internal or external bolt-on unit) for just as long as you need it.
This means that you can stay in your own home, which we all know is the best place for you to recover.
DELIVERED BY PROFESSIONALS
WashPod is an accessible, mobile, temporary wet room designed for the disabled and less-mobile by a team of architects who specialise in designing spaces for disabled living.
The disabled washroom solution that keeps you at home
BENEFITS OF WASHPOD
WashPod is a mobile, fully accessible disabled bathroom which can be rapidly and affordably installed (both internally or externally) to help keep you at home. Which we all know is the best place to recover and get on with life.
If you can’t wash yourself, either on your own or with a carer’s support, you might not be able to leave hospital if you’ve suffered a trauma, or stay at home if you’re getting old and infirm. The result is a move to a care facility, either temporarily or permanently.
WashPod is delivered by healthcare design professionals who have more than 30 years’ experience in designing for disability. We work with Case Managers, Occupational Therapists and Court Deputies – all of whom manage injured or elderly patients.
The NEW Mini WashPod
The Mini WashPod has recently been designed as an alternative internal model that will suit more people with smaller spaces. It is still wheelchair accessible and can include hoist options but it is presented in a more compact design with dimensions of 2.7m long x 2.6m wide x 2.3m high.
VIDEOS OF INSTALLATION
The average cost of a care home in the UK is now £3500 a month or more in the South East.
WashPod units can be either rented or bought outright to give huge savings.
Costs can vary depending on the final specification and specific needs of an individual’s circumstance.
For rental, the standard internal WashPod unit is from £150 per week including installation while an external standalone unit will cost from £250 a week (plus the additional costs of a connecting lobby if needed) compared to many times this cost for a care home.
Tracking hoists can also be fitted to either the internal or external units at an additional cost.