PROCare Adapted Kitchen Furniture
Everybody deserves a functional kitchen. However large or small, luxurious or simple; the kitchen is the social hub of most buildings. From culinary delights to a cup of tea, being able to perform these tasks is essential for independence and social integration.
PROCare adapted kitchens are the result of a co-operation between Architects, Occupational Therapists, Housing Providers and of course the end user. These professionals and consumer groups specify our range time and time again when a kitchen is required which will work for the user rather than against them.
Since the concept was originally introduced in the UK there have been many imitators but our range remains the only ergonomically correct range of kitchen furniture and is still the first choice for the social housing environment and educational establishments.
Our Adapted Kitchens are ideal for:
- Social Housing as an accessible kitchen for wheelchair users
- Adaptations combined with rise & fall worktops
- Student Accommodation as a fully inclusive kitchen
- Rehab Centres with flexible solutions for disabled people
- Food Technology with accessibility for a range of users
Indeed, any kitchen or multi-user environment where those with limited mobility can be fully integrated with other users without compromising style & function.
Our adapted kitchens have been specifically designed & manufactured to cope with the inevitable hard usage experienced in these areas; after all you wouldn’t expect to see a contract specification kitchen installed in such a demanding situation.
There are over 166 cabinet configurations available and bespoke units can be manufactured to suit those awkward dimensions.
For instant adjustment our kitchen furniture is often combined with ‘rise and fall’ mechanisms.
ProCare offer a free of charge design & costing service for all those providing accommodation for the less able. With in-depth knowledge of the construction industry and an unrivalled technical service ProCare are the perfect facilitator between specifier and end user.