Standard accessible toilets do not meet the needs of all people with a disability. People with profound and multiple learning disabilities, as well as people with other physical disabilities such as spinal injuries, muscular dystrophy and multiple sclerosis often need extra equipment and space to allow them to use the toilets safely and comfortably. These needs are met by Changing Places toilets. Changing Places toilets are different to standard accessible toilets and should be provided in addition to accessible toilets.
You can find your nearest Changing Places toilet on our map. Just enter your postcode or town in the search.
You can get further information about the RADAR key scheme from the RADAR website. You should be able to obtain a RADAR key by contacting the Access Officer at your local authority. For those who can't get a RADAR key from your local authority, you can obtain one from RADAR directly for a small charge, by calling or emailing them.
Different organisations will be responsible for the Changing Places toilet, depending on how and by whom they were installed. Local authorities, public sector organisations and private organisations may all have installed a Changing Places toilet in your area.
Find out how to get involved in the campaign. Read about some of our campaigners, and find out what action you can take.
If you know of a great Changing Places toilet, find out how to nominate them for a prize at the Annual Loo of the Year awards here.
If you find a Changing Places toilet that isn't listed with us, please get in touch. We can then work with the venue to get them registered.
We rely on venues to notify us when there is a problem with their Changing Places toilet. Unfortunately this doesn't always happen, so if you come across an issue with a Changing Places toilet please let us know! We can then flag the problem on our map so other users are aware of it, and we can work with the venue to get the problem resolved.
You can leave feedback on a particular Changing Places toilet via the map - each registered Changing Place has a Leave Feedback button on its map entry. This will come straight to us and we can liaise with the venue.
You can also review Changing Places toilets using the Cleen app, and Cleen will flag any problems with the venue.
Please do also give feedback if a venue exceeds your expectations!