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Kate Bidwell 19h
⁩ are a game changer for those of us with the most disabling disabilities. Normal disabled toilets are not accessible to us. Without Changing Places we struggle to go out. Please help make the world more accessible!
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Norfolk Loo Lady Sep 17
Happy to finally receive this today, thank you and I am lucky to be among such amazing people, and all because of toilets
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Christine McClements Sep 18
Replying to @belfastcc
Are there plans for a toilet?
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BGS Geography 18h
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Michaela Hollywood Sep 16
Thank you Christine - but this was truly a team effort with a little but mighty team of voices calling out in unison. A day to be proud of each other. will utterly transform lives.
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Groundwork NI Sep 17
It is this week so we want to talk about some of our previous and current Good Relations work. Groundwork is committed to and and good relations work is vital to this ☮️🌿
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Shubhanna Hussain-Ahmed Sep 15
Imagine a society where: 🔘Local community spaces were accessible and inclusive & toilets were the norm 🔘You were trusted to make your own choices about how to use your SDS 🔘Homes could be adapted in an easy and affordable way without the unnecessary redtape 🤷🏿‍♀️
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Evolution Healthcare Ltd Sep 18
WE ARE AN AVESCO PARTNER! CONTACT US TODAY FOR ANY FURTHER INFORMATION
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Dept of Finance Sep 15
📹 Finance Minister reaffirms his commitment to implementing toilets into local Building Regulations as soon as possible ⬇
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Clare Lucas Sep 11
Delighted that there is now an summary of the toilet changes. Everyone benefits when announcements are made in accessible formats (particularly important when they are announcement about accessibility!)
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Cllr Danny Donnelly Sep 16
Very happy to see this. The provision of appropriate toilets and changing facilities is required to allow full participation and inclusion in society for those who need them.
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Cllr Ross McMullan Sep 17
I pushed for our facility to be reopened in City Hall and delighted Council officers have been able to facilitate this.
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Changing Places Ireland Sep 16
Irish Goverment must follow & change Bldg Regulations. Only 14 registered compared to over 30 in NI
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Clare Lucas Sep 16
Fantastic toilet news from Northern Ireland! Congrats to and others who fought so hard for this. Now we just need something similar from Wales please... 🤞
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Christine McClements 14h
Thank you , & for your brilliant coverage this week of the plans for mandatory toilets in NI & for highlighting the huge positive impact it will have on the lives of around 7,500 disabled children &adults, their carers & families.
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inconliving Sep 11
A wet incontinence pad is better than wet clothing. Wet clothing is more embarrassing than having to wear incontinence products.
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Christine McClements Sep 17
As Minister of Finance & recognise the equality & dignity issues arising from lack of toilets & inclusive playpark facilities, I call on all public bodies to make a similar commitment to a fully inclusive & accessible built environment.
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Rebecca Sep 15
Accessible and height adjustable!
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United Care (OpeMed) Sep 18
As OpeMed we championed, equipped and installed toileting facilities in 35 stores across the UK, enabling users and carers to shop with confidence. By transitioning into United Care, we are able to make these bespoke solutions.
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𝕂𝕖𝕣𝕣𝕪 𝕋𝕙𝕠𝕞𝕡𝕤𝕠𝕟 👩🏼‍🦼 Sep 16
We’re nearly at 100 within stores - leading the way & have been since the start other supermarkets could take a leaf out of their book! It’s an incredible journey to be on with everyone involved - Thank you for taking me along for the ride😊
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