End the isolation caused by a lack of fully accessible public toilets

People with complex disabilities need Changing Places larger, better-equipped loos  
woman in wheelchair being pushed through shopping centre by man

People with complex disabilities need Changing Places larger, better-equipped loos

Most of us don’t think twice about getting to a loo when we are in a public place, despite the fact that it isn’t always easy to find somewhere on the high street or when travelling, and the queues can be long.

However, for some people finding a loo that is accessible and suitable for their needs is nearly impossible.

More than a quarter of a million people, including people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis and cerebral palsy, as well as some older people, cannot use standard accessible public toilets.


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