Wetroom specialist Impey is to deliver a workshop at this year’s Occupational Therapy Student Conference at the University of Salford, which takes place on Thursday.
The company will be offering advice on accessible showering options and a technical ‘under the bonnet’ look of wetroom installations.
Shaun Hunt and Kieran Mooney, from Impey’s technical and product teams, will discuss the features and benefits of level access showering choices, from concept to installation; arming students with information designed to them in their work as OTs.
The workshop will cover all aspects of level access showering from drainage options and product specification to DIN rating and installation questions.
For those students who would like to get ‘hands-on’ with Impey’s leading showering range, there will be a selection of products available and interactivity is encouraged.
Mooney said: “In my role as a product manager, interaction with OTs is a vital and enjoyable part of the job.
“It’s great for Shaun and myself to be able to share our technical knowledge of the accessible showering sector and we also value the opportunity for the student OTs to feedback their experiences of using Impey products in the field.”
The conference will take place on 11 April at the University of Salford’s Mary Seacole Building and the Impey workshop is open to all occupational therapy students who are keen expand their knowledge of wetrooms and accessible showering options.