‘Prisoners in our own homes’: Disabled Londoners who get changed on dirty floors anger at lack of public toilets – MyLondon


Even central London can be a nightmare for accessibility, a campaigner reveals

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A great deal of planning needs to be done before Sue Elsegood can go out and part of that is checking on toilet facilities for any toilet will not be of use and she will require a changing places toilet, which will have hoist facilities, a changing bed and other facilities .

Unfortunately, these are few and far between and not only in London, but all over the UK.

 

Source: ‘Prisoners in our own homes’: Disabled Londoners who get changed on dirty floors anger at lack of public toilets – MyLondon

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