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Why Do We Need CP toilets?

Without Changing Places toilets, carers are forced to change their loved ones on toilet floors, or be confined to their own homes.

As campaigner Margaret Clough explains: you wouldn’t expect the change a baby on the floor, so why a child or adult?

Potenitial users of a Changing Places toilet


  • 11million registered disabled people in UK
  • 1.5m of those use a wheelchair
  • 6.5million people with a bowel problem
  • 1.5million people with a learning disability
  • 1.2million people living with stroke
  • 62,000 amputees
  • 30,000 people with cerebral palsy
  • 13,000 people with acquired brain injuries
  • 8,500 people with multiple sclerosis
  • 500 people with motor neurone disease
  • 8,000 people with spina bifida


Beyond the moral obligation, it has financial benefits too: 20% of the average business’ customer base is disabled. Disabled people spend some £249billion a year! (Dept of Work & pensions) Research shows people choose NOT to use somewhere they believe does not have suitable toilets

Typical Changing Places Layout - click to zoom

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