Aerolet “A brilliant idea…” When there’s only one toilet in the home, how do you deal with adapting it to ensure each member of the household can use it, despite height and mobility differences? Coping with a ‘life-changing’… Home adaptation is enabling Steve Hebben to continue with daily life tasks without care intervention. Rob Cain - disabled Royal Fusilier with fibromyalgia Adaptation of a wetroom helps daily living for disabled Royal Fusilier with fibromyalgia, IBS, arthritis Who would imagine that a toilet could bring peace of mind to a whole family? Enabling toilet tech When limitations make doing anything an effort, one man has found a great way to enable him to spend time doing what he wants to do, rather than what he has to do… “Better than a throne!” A new gadget at home is enabling a Muscular Dystrophy sufferer to stop feeling scared, and transformed a frequent, daily activity into “a delight”. Accessibility gives students a lift Accessibility is being taken beyond basic requirements for disabled students in Scotland. The best bathroom in the world..? 'The best bathroom in the world' is not in some grand mansion, but is the smallest room in the house in a traditional suburban home in the heart of Flintshire... UK ‘first’ heads to the toilet to help deliver flagship neuromuscular services The first NHS Trust in the UK to open a dedicated neuromuscular complex care centre is taking commitment to improved patient care quality and outcomes right through to personal hygiene. Having a lift! Daily life and personal hygiene have been given a lift for one Co Down couple, through innovative application of technology by Total Hygiene. Independence restored! People who suffer from Muscular Dystrophy or similar conditions which affect muscle strength have had Aerolet toilet lifts installed, funded by Council grants.