It’s nice to hear the words “you can go home” after a hospital stay.
However, if your physical demands have altered, it’s critical that you can continue to live at home safely and comfortably. Before you return home, you may want to organise your equipment or make modifications. We’re used to building bathrooms for folks returning home from the hospital at AHM Installations.
Last year, one of our clients, Mr Simpson, 86, was admitted to the hospital with Covid-19. He also suffered pneumonia, a superbug, and a stroke, and spent seven weeks in the hospital. Mrs Simpson, 82, told us, “There was a lot of praying.”
Mr Simpson was supposed to get a low-level shower fitted, but when he was ready to leave the hospital, his carers told him that the new shower tray wouldn’t function. A wet area was required to ensure that the new wheelchair could manoeuvre into and around the restroom.
“Every time I contacted Nichola (at AHM) to let her know what was going on, she was very nice about it,” Mrs Simpson added. She was really composed and accommodating. I was completely at ease the entire time.”
Here’s how to make your bathroom ready in time for your return:
Over the last 20 years, AHM has constructed thousands of accessible bathrooms, so we know how to make bathrooms safe and beautiful no matter what your budget is. We think that everyone should be able to bathe safely and affordably.
We are kind, thoughtful, and clean up after ourselves, but don’t take our word for it. Our consumer reviews may be found on our website, Check-a-Trade, and Trustpilot.
You are welcome to call us just for advice; there is always someone on the other end of the line. Our family-run staff may be reached at 0800 731 6495. We provide a Price Match Guarantee as well as discounts for military veterans and people suffering from dementia.