The task of toileting can, therefore, become increasingly difficult if our hand dexterity, eyesight, balance or strength becomes impaired.

When impairments affect a person’s ability to use the toilet, such as holding the toilet paper or cleaning themselves properly, the activity can lead to increased levels of anxiety and stress for those users. These problems are then compounded by the frequency of visits to the toilet which is often anything between four and ten times in any twenty-four hour period.

There are various products available on the market that can offer a genuine solution to cleaning after bowel movements or passing urine, enhancing levels of dignity and independence. One such solution is a wash and dry toilet.

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