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Almost all care homes will keep commodes on the premises.  This is because there will usually be residents who are dealing with problems related to mobility, and this can limit their ability to access the toilet.  There may also be residents who have poor bladder control or who need to open their bowels regularly.  If getting to the toilet is to...

Almost all care homes will keep commodes on the premises.  This is because there will usually be residents who are dealing with problems related to mobility, and this can limit their ability to access the toilet.  There may also be residents who have poor bladder control or who need to open their bowels regularly.  If getting to the toilet is too much of a challenge for a care home resident, the best option can be for them to use a commode.  The Care Shop offers a wide range of these products to choose from.


The best type of commode to provide a client will depend on their mobility requirements.  Something like a Gordon Ellis & Co Basket Weave Commode can be a good option for those clients who are reasonably mobile.  This model is tastefully designed and functions as a standard chair.  The commode pan is hidden underneath the padded seat, so it is very discrete.  Most care homes will have something similar to the Days Budget Commodes with Square Bowl kept in their sluice room.  This is something that is easy to clean, and it can be shared between clients.  This can be ideal for those residents who only have a temporary need for a commode.

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