Why should handicaps end up on the bathroom floor??
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Imagine this. You're at the hospital with your disabled adult brother who has Muscular Distrophy (Duchenne) a disability that leaves little to no use of all your muscles. As you wait it comes time when he needs a diaper changed. He can't change himself & needs your assistance. You ask the front desk personal where you can change him. And they direct you to the floor in the restroom. Or You're out in a restaurant & the time comes to be changed. Unfortunately again there's only changing tables for babies & handicap bathrooms only have special sinks,stalls, urinals, & wheelchair access. Once again he ends up on the bathroom floor. We all know that's not sanitary at all. So what do you do? Make them wait? Try & change them in a car? Not go out to restaurants? These seem pretty unfair to me. Hi! My name is Randy I have muscular Distrophy (Duchenne) & I would like a fair chance of being able to go places & enjoy restaurants like everyone else without having to worry about my bathroom situation. Will you help me & others like me make this possible? I thank you in advance.
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