The Cascade 3000 is our top recommended bidet for elderly individuals and those with special needs. This bidet comes with two remote options: one is slim with small buttons and a display screen, and the other is large with prominent, raised buttons. The large remote is the biggest remote on market, and the colored buttons make it easy to differentiate between the various features. Plus, the large remote is easy to operate with feet or other limbs. In addition, the Cascade 3000 is one of the few seats on the market that offers a sittable lid, capable of holding up to 330 lbs. Last but not least, the Cascade comes with a built-in nightlight that gently illuminates the bowl for better visibility in low light settings.
The second best option is the BB-1000. While the BB-1000 has fewer overall features than the Cascade 3000, it is also more affordable, so it’s a good choice if you’re working on a budget. The BB-1000’s remote features an intuitive layout and can be mounted to the wall for easy access. It isn’t as big as the Cascade’s remote, but it’s still larger than most remotes on the market. The BB-1000’s 3-in-1 nozzle provides front, rear, and enema wash modes. The enema wash is designed to help relieve constipation, and the seat’s higher than average water flow rate makes it easy get clean after an accident.