Having spent 4½ months in hospital, 21 year old Luke wanted nothing more than to go home but the house had no accessible bathroom facilities. WashPod, the mobile, disabled wetroom, provided a rapid and dignified solution. In early 2019, Luke was hit by a car when he...
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...
Hot off the press, WashPod will feature in the August/September issue of Business Edge magazine. See article.
The latest issue of Healthcare Design & Management features the launch of WashPod with the view that they will help hospitals meet the needs of patients during building works as a Plug & Play modular unit. See article
Lewis Gopsill, General Manager of Dignity Access, examines the innovative approaches to housing design and the use of WashPod in helping to keep
Fears of disruption and income loss may be mitigated by Dignity Access’ innovative, new WashPod
For the elderly or disabled, being able to live in their own home becomes a real issue if they no longer have access to washing and toilet facilities but a unique, new ‘pod’ that can be erected inside or outside, may keep this the reality.