Research has found that over a quarter of a million severely disabled people, including those with profound and multiple learning disabilities, do not have access to public toilet facilities that meet their needs.*
(*Source: Professor James Hogg, White Top Research Unit, University of Dundee — Research Paper, June 2009).
In the UK the number of people who would benefit from a Changing Places toilet would include approximately:
->130,000 older people, including people with Dementia and Alzheimer’s
->40,000 people with profound and multiple learning disabilities
-> 30,000 people with muscular dystrophy and neuromuscular conditions
-> 30,000 people with cerebral palsy
-> 13,000 people with an acquired brain injury
-> 8,500 people with Multiple Sclerosis
-> 8,000 people with Spina Bifida
-> 500 people with Motor Neurone Disease
-> Learn more about our modular Changing Places toilets here.
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