Robyn Crook

Robyn Crook

I work with the disabled and the Changing Places at the MCG has made a huge difference taking my client to the football and the cricket to attend to his personal needs. Also shopping  and dining at Eastland with him is fantastic now as I am able to attend to his needs...

Angela Clarke

My youngest daughter has cerebral palsy. She uses a wheelchair and needs to be hoisted from her chair to the toilet, bed etc. Usually any outings we do as a family need to be planned around going to the toilet and are much shorter than we would like them to be....
Debby and Michael

Debby and Michael

Having a day out can be a challenge. Michael is an avid explorer and he loves being out and about traveling on buses, trains and in the car. Sometimes the destination is determined by the facilities we can access for toileting. But once he is out and about there are...
Liz’s story

Liz’s story

Liz is 28 has a bachelor of social work but finds employment opportunities are almost non existent as we have a community without toilets that meet her needs. For the last two years Melbourne has been crowned as the most livable city in the world – that is if...
Nottingham City Centre

Nottingham City Centre

Nottingham is a vibrant city, home to 310,000 residents and is a popular tourist destination. It is also one of the UK cities leading the way in the provision of Changing Places toilets. In July 2006 Nottingham City Council opened its first Changing Places toilet in...