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Commodes

Commodes are portable toilets mostly used by people with reduced mobility who are unable to use a conventional toilet.

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More likely to suit you if...Less likely to suit you if...
  • You have urgency, and poor mobility prevents you from accessing the toilet
  • Privacy is an issue e.g. When in hospital, when a shower chair may be preferable
  • You cannot use a commode safely (commodes can be unstable and tip backwards)

Top Tips

  1. Consider having a ring of plastic covered soft foam - in a horseshoe shape - to put around the seat of a chair commode pan to cushion a person for whom a hard edge beneath them is painful..
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  3. Consider having a ring of plastic covered soft foam - in a horseshoe shape - to put around the flanges of a chair commode pan to cushion a person for whom a hard edge beneath them is painful..
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  5. Paediatric sized commodes are available, they may be worth considering if you have limited space in your bathroom or of slight build
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