As the only recognised mobile Changing Places operator based on the island, we have been successfully serving the communities of here for over two year. As disabled people ourselves, we appreciate the service level needed to provide the necessary equipment as well as maintain the hygiene of our AccessoLoos after each use. We live by the motto ‘nothing about us, without us’ and strive to deliver #incloosion
There are currently 13 Changing Places toilets and 4 step-down facilities in Ireland and the campaign continues to increase this number. Changing Places Ireland consists of parents, elected representatives and organisations working in the disability space including the Disability Federation of Ireland, Irish Wheelchair Association and Inclusion Ireland.
The Changing Places Consortium launched its campaign in 2006 on behalf of the over 1/4 of a million people who cannot use standard accessible toilets. This includes people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, as well as older people. With over 1400 Changing Places in the UK and more opening on a weekly basis, the campaign here is gaining in momentum
We are proud to announce our award from UnLtd, the UK’s foundation for social entrepreneurs. The award’s funding and tailored business support will significantly help us to widen the positive social impact for the disabled community across the island of Ireland.
Known in France as Exchange Halls, the municipality of Ducal City in Nancy, has decided to commission what is thought to be the first ever Changing Places facility in France.
This is the reality for thousands of children and adults with disabilities who are restricted in where they can go & what they can do because they will not find a toilet with the equipment they need.