Nasoni’s Fountain Faucet aids in restoring function for many of the problems at the sink that disabled veterans encounter, and it is a crucial one—making the simple act of using water stay simple. You’d be surprised if you were to simply count the number of times you encounter the need for water in your day. We depend on it, so imagine having difficulty getting it. All the time.
Conventional faucets simply do not take into account veterans with disabilities, making difficult or impossible the actions that most perform intuitively, e.g., cupping of the hands to pool water for rinsing after toothbrushing, craning the neck to access the flow of water from under the faucet, rinsing after shaving, or using facial cleanser or makeup remover. For the veteran with a dysfunctional handicap, any of these can be an ordeal. When you add up the numbers—how many times water is accessed—they all accumulate into a life of inconvenience that goes well beyond any specific handicaps. (Remember your own count of the times you use water!)