What is the best non-clogging good cleaning flush toilet with a high seat for a handicapped person?
Briggs, and crane are my favourite.But, if you like your old toilet, you can get seats that raise the height and can be lifted to allow the little grandson to stand and pee.
Everyone can. If the toilet stalls are all occupied or if there is a line then it's OK for you to use the toilet if you know you'll be quick. If you can't be quick then don't use it. If you see a disabled person in line then they should get it first. If the toilet stalls are empty then you shouldn't use it unless you need to. Like if you have small children with…
Is it ethical to use a disabled toilet if the other one is busy and you can't see any disabled people in the area?
* I see no problem with it, especially since most of the handicapped stalls also are the ones with the diaper changing tables for mothers with babies. It's not the same as parking in the handicapped zone if you are not handicapped, which IS very unethical. * Well I think it's best not to because I'm wheelchair-bound and there was once, I had to use the toilet and I went to the toilet but it…
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You can change any regular toilet for a handicapped, or ADA toilet. I have done it many times in houses and in Mobile Homes. The basic difference is the ADA approved ones are 2" higher. - Every major toilet manufacturer makes such a toilet. You can also buy raised seats by many manufacturers. -Look on sites like e-Bay for examples. These lock onto the toilet and some even have handles.
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This may depend on your piping as galvanised piping flakes from the inside, these particles drift to the jet of the inlet of your toilet and block it up. Cleaning the jet will solve this problem. However, bigger flakes may get blocked at the toilet stop cock which means that it may need to be opened and closed a few times to crush the particles. Cleaning the jet after doing this may be necessary.