Residential Care

Residential care requirements

Washrooms and shower rooms in residential care need to be functional and meet special mobility and access needs, yet should also be attractive and homely, which is why Inscape has designed specialised products to assist with personal care routines.

Our range of residential care solutions can be adapted to protect the privacy and dignity of elderly and infirm people, and allow assistance if they need a little help. These products can also be adapted to accommodate Part M compliant furniture, sanitary-ware and fittings as a comprehensive solution to the needs of both user and carer.

This includes bespoke fitting on width and length and space-saving designs that give ample room for manoeuvre, even where space is at a premium. We also supply hygienic wall cladding, surfaces and furniture for areas that would benefit from extra defence against infection, such as kitchens, reception areas and hallways.

You can view photographs and read about residential care installations – like Abbeyfield House – in our case studies section as well as read about the features and benefits below.

Products in focus: & Products

Combination Vanity Units

Combination Vanity Units are the ideal solution when the ‘feel’ of the washroom has to be more home than institution. We have all seen combination vanity units in our homes or during …Continue Reading

Doc M

The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) requires that every business providing goods or services to the public must take reasonable steps to ensure that less able people have equal access to all …Continue Reading

Giene-Clad

Altro Whiterock PVCu wall systems are a hard-wearing, practical alternative to paint or tiling offering excellent standards of hygienic performance and reducing the potential for structural …Continue Reading