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Abacus Healthcare: Gemini height adjustable bath at the Young Epilepsy Centre - therapist feedback
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A Gemini variable height bath by Abacus Healthcare, with integrated platform, has been installed at the main educational campus of the national charity Young Epilepsy so that residential students can enjoy safe bathing. • • Young Epilepsy is a national charity supporting children and young people with epilepsy and associated conditions. It also provides a residential and educational facility for students in Lingfield, Surrey. This impressive 62-acre campus includes St Piers School and College, extensive research facilities including a telemetry unit, rehabilitation departments, outreach services and residential halls – catering for around 210 students of which two thirds reside on site. As part of its programme to continually enhance service, the charity has invested in a new Gemini bath which has been installed in one of the residential halls. This specialist power assisted bath has been chosen to provide safe and more comfortable bathing for disabled students along with ergonomic working heights for carers.
Keywords: accessible bathing, accessible bath, epilepsy