Support disabled outpatients and visitors to use the loo with dignity in our hospitals

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leeann scott
5 years ago
I'm signing this too as i also have a daughter who is incontinent and depends on me for her personal hygiene. As whenever we are out anywhere we can only plan to go out for a certain amount of time as there is nowhere to change her. There should be more changing facilities with changing tables and hoists to fit adults on aswell as children with disabilities

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Danielle Rivers
5 years ago
I'm signing because of Lorraine Smith's daughter and how humiliating this must be for her and how this has affected Lorraine's back

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Cheryl Bedford
5 years ago
It's absoloutely disgusting that in today's "modern world" changing place bathrooms aren't just a given!
It is extremely limiting not to mention undignified!
NO one should be changed on a dirty floor that's covered with literally anything and everything! Not to mention Health & Safety, increased risk of infection and discomfort!
If more changing place bathrooms existed then more families could go out and enjoy places instead of being "trapped" at home unable to enjoy what the world has to offer due to inequipped facilities!
It's simply unacceptable!
We all want the best for our "fellow man" don't we?
We all want our children to enjoy the days they do have don't we?
And with as much dignity and comfort as possible don't we?
Well then changing places needs to be a natural thing, a part of every day society and NOT seen as a luxury!

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claire griffin
5 years ago
I also have to change my son on toilet floors. Things need to change to help severely disabled adults and children.

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Soraya Jeffkins
5 years ago
This affects my Son and our whole family. It needs to be Law not a choice

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Danielle Chapman
5 years ago
I have a disabled child

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Kate Owens
5 years ago
I have an 18 year old disabled son.

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julie hinton
5 years ago
we use lots of hospital that do not have chaging places and make it in possible to change my 19yrs old disable daugther

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Colin Johnstone
5 years ago
Everybody has a basic right to adequate toilet facilities including disabled people like my son.

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Ann Beirne
5 years ago
You'd think, of all places, that a HOSPITAL would be able to provide this kind of support. If even they can't do it, then there's no hope. More humiliation for disabled people.