Endorsed by Dementia Choices

Dementia Choices endorsed products are designed to create a dementia friendly environment allowing people with dementia to live as independently as possible for as long as possible. Aged care organisations can be assured that products endorsed by Dementia Choices will provide solutions to environmental barriers commonly experienced by people living with dementia.

Dementia Choices endorsed products must meet rigorous standards, which include review by an expert Dementia Centre consultant using the Dementia Choices rating tool and a peer review report.

The SWAY D2 TT designed by Danish company PRESSALIT.

PRESSALIT have being making bathroom products since 1954 with a focus on high-quality fittings many which are designed to make life easier for people with disabilities. 

Their new product - SWAY D2 TT - was specifically designed with people living with dementia in mind.

Key features include:

  • A two tone lid - white on the inside and black (to match the seat) on the outside. This makes the seat area more defined for someone with lower vision or the visuo-perceptual difficulties associated with dementia, while still retaining a familiar appearance and the practicality of a lid. 
  • A matte finish - this minimises potentially confusing reflections - again great for lower vision
  • Compatibility with a wide variety of modern toilet pans
  • Soft-closing function minimises noise
  • Simple lift-off function for easy and thorough cleaning
  • A strong and durable product, unlikely to break or cause injury
  • A durable finish, colour ingrained duroplast with a 10-year warranty
  • Additional options on colours available to allow the best possible tonal contrast with surroundings



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