Due to the unobtrusive design, the accessibility products are not found to be disturbing when they are not in use.
The retirement and care home "Stift St. Benedikt" in Nuremburg has set itself the task of respecting the individuality of each individual resident. Single and double apartments are available for the majority of the residents. The apartments have a kitchenette and a bathroom. The combined living and bedroom can be furnished individually with the resident's own furniture. The residential concept promotes the independence of the residents, as they are encouraged to carry out the activities they can do themselves independently. Another important approach is to make care humane, when it is necessary. To this end the concept pays particular attention to
the privacy of the individual. For this reason, each apartment has a bathroom. These are designed to offer the user support. The washbasin has integrated gripping slots, so that they can be used for support or for a wheelchair user to pull themselves towards the basin. The shower and WC are equipped with support systems, which provide safety and assist movement sequences. A foldaway shower seat was also installed in the shower. This can be folded against the wall to save space when it is not needed. Due to the unobtrusive design, the accessibility products are not found to be disturbing when they are not in use.
Schmid & Greger