‘Toilet for All’ in the Arnulf-Klett-Passage in Stuttgart

HERING Sanikonzept GmbH recently converted the disabled cubicle at the WC facilities in the Arnulf-Klett-Passage in Stuttgart into a ‘Toilet for All’. People with complex disabilities in particular will now benefit from these facilities because their requirements were given the most consideration when the facilities were being equipped – which is right in line with the Leben Pur Foundation’s ‘Toilet for All’ concept.

"Toilet for All" in Stuttgart

The very busy Arnulf-Klett-Passage in Stuttgart is used particularly by visitors and commuters every day to access the public transport system, go shopping or enjoy a coffee. A public toilet is essential to such a highly frequented area. HERING Sanikonzept GmbH has now converted it into a ‘Toilet for All’ in order to give people with complex disabilities the opportunity to participate in public life.

The sanitation facilities now meet all the requirements of a toilet that fits the Leben Pur Foundation’s ‘Toilet for All’ concept. It’s equipped with an electrically height-adjustable shower and care bed as well as a ceiling-fitted personal hoist, which allows users to be transferred from wheelchairs to the bed and the toilet. A Euro key is used for entering this facility.

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