Stimulating washroom toilet cubicles that help to encourage good childhood continence.
Visiting the toilet can be a daunting experience for very young children, especially if they have only just started school. Mia washroom cubicles have been designed with this in mind, by offering a fun and lively introduction for young children to the washroom environment. The case for a reassuring environment is made in the Right to Go campaign, backed by ERIC, The Children’s Bowel and Bladder Charity. This campaign encourages children to go to the toilet when they need to, promoting good bladder and bowel health.
Mia has bright, stimulating colours & fun prints.
Children feel safer in a smaller space, so Mia washroom cubicles are specially made with lower height doors, pilasters and partitions. Pilasters are self supporting to maintain strength for when children are more boisterous. This removes the need for imposing head rails. All partitions on Mia washroom cubicles have profiling that retain privacy, but allow carers or teachers to keep a reassuring eye on the children. In addition, an extensive choice of bright, stimulating colours and fun digital print finishes reinforces the welcoming environment. Safety features include anti-finger trap hinges and magnetic door catches.
Mia washroom cubicles are also practical and hygienic. Knocks and splashed water are unavoidable, so Mia washroom cubicles are offered in a choice of materials – hard wearing and wipe clean high pressure laminate, or solid grade laminate for wet areas or hose down cleaning. All are designed so that Mia washroom cubicles keep the environment welcoming for years to come.
For help with planning the required number of cubicles, take a look at our Design Guide.
> Find out more about HPL and SGL materials.
> Find out more about the Right to Go Campaign.