Read about people who need Changing Places toilets and why the campaign is so important for them.
My daughter Elinor is 23 years old and has severe physical and learning disabilities affecting all areas of her development. Elinor lives at home and currently accesses a day college at The Children’s Trust, Monday to Friday, and respite in a care home.Know more
In lots of ways our family is just like your average family. Two frazzled, but happy parents and two happy-go-lucky children – Brody, 5, and Sydney, 2. But our family faces a big problem on a daily basis that probably hasn’t ever crossed your mind.Know more
"Hi I'm Kerry, from Milton Keynes. I have a form of muscular dystrophy (FHL1). I live with my husband who is my full-time carer. We live in a beautiful purpose built bungalow for the disabled.Know more
Julie has profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD), meaning that she has both complex physical and learning needs.Know more
Fraser Simmonds is 8 years old and lives with Duchenne muscular dystrophy, a condition which causes muscles to weaken over time. He has never been able to walk and uses a powered wheelchair. Mum Shelley explains that they have had some horrendous experiences of disabled toilets over the years:Know more
When given the opportunity to choose between a standard disabled toilet and a Changing Places facility, I will always choose the latter.Know more