Disabled Bathrooms

  • Raise and lower seat

    Simple Lift powered seat options for enhanced accessibility.

  • Full length bathing

    Enjoy full length bathing in comfort

  • Thermostatic control

    Our thermostatically controlled taps provide a safe, even flow of water at a temperature regulated by you and prevent accidental scalding.


Whether you are a less-able bodied person looking to maintain your independence or a supportive relative looking for information on how to help create the perfect disabled bathroom for your loved one, you’ve come to the right place. Something as important as finding the ideal disabled bath and shower or redesigning your bathroom to be completely fitted out for those with limited mobility can seem daunting. However, Premier Care have an extensive range of styles, designs and options available enabling us to help you make the right choice to support your needs.

Premier Care are here to provide you with the complete bathing solution whether you simply need the addition of a disabled shower enclosure, or you are looking to completely modify your whole bathroom suite, our trusted and friendly advisors are here to help.

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Who will benefit from a disabled bathroom?

Whether you are finding that your mobility is not what it once was and require additional peace of mind or you are concerned for the independence of your elderly parents or disabled relatives, a disabled bathroom is the ideal solution for your requirements. Whatever your taste, needs and available space, our hand crafted walk-in baths can be tailored to fit even the most compact of bathrooms.

What can I expect from a disabled bathroom?

A disabled bathroom incorporates everything a less-abled person could need to be able to enjoy a relaxing bathing experience independently. Although many of us don’t give thought to the finer details of accessible design, to a person with restricted mobility, even something as simple as the lowering of shelves, mirrors and attachments to the right height can make a fundamental difference. From fully fitted furniture, to easy access baths and showers, slip resistant tiling and easy access basins, a disabled bathroom features thoughtful design and high quality products carefully configured to suit your needs.

What are the benefits of having a disabled bathroom?

A beautifully designed disabled bathroom will not only meet your practical needs, it will create a fresh, contemporary addition to your living space. As the simple, clean lines of a disabled bathroom design leave less room for nooks and crannies than a traditional bathroom layout, a disabled bathroom is also easy to keep clean. Alternatively Premier Care in Bathing also have a range of wet rooms for the disabled.

Many of Premier Care’s disabled bathroom designs boast luxury features such as chromotherapy, heated seats and spa massage settings to ensure that every bathing experience is a pleasurable one. Other bathroom accessories such as grab rails, bath seats, disabled shower trays and ergonomic taps can offer extra support and reassurance for those who may encounter problems with their balance or mobility. Investing in a disabled bathroom is a great way to ensure your home will be ready, no matter what the future bring.

Due to the vast amount of options that Premier Care provide the end result of your disabled bathroom design will fit seamlessly with the rest of your home. Premier Care provide classic designs enabling your bathroom to stay current and in sync with the décor of your home over time and throughout fashionable trends.

Subject to your needs, preferences and desires it might be beneficial for you and your family to install a disabled shower cubicle instead of a disability bath. Depending on which disabled bathroom suite suits you, you may find that the added addition of easy access and space for a career that is provided in a disabled shower enclosure may be favourable over a walk-in bath.

For more help and support on your bathing options please order a brochure or contact us on 0800 280 0239.