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25 May 2020

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19 November 2013, London – 13 people today squatted for 1 minute at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park as part of the ‘The Big Squat – a movement for the toilet-less’ which is part of the 51 events taking place in over 19 countries for World Toilet Day.   
 

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On World Toilet Day, 19 November, we want to highlight the fact that over 230,000 disabled people and their families in the UK are unable to access toilets which meet their needs. 
 

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Changing Places consortium member, Pamis, received a well deserved mention in the new learning disabilities strategy, “The keys to life: Improving quality of life for people with learning disabilities”, which was published in June of this year. It is the second national learning disabilities strategy for Scotland.

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A Changing Places facility has been installed at Elvaston Castle Country Park . It has been added to the current toilet facilities which helps improve the opportunities for disabled children and young people to become involved in leisure, sport and play activities.

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 Moving & Handling People: Empowering Practitioners – Inspiring Improvement

30 & 31 January with Pre-conference New Products Evaluation Workshops on 29 January

Business Design Centre, Islington, London

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After listening to feedback from patients and the public, Nottingham University Hospitals have officially opened Changing Places toilets at both at the Queens Medical Centre and City Hospitals. This has been achieved as a result of a multi-disciplinary approach and lots of hard work and dedication, from initial Patient Partnership Group suggestions and joint working, with the Trust's capital team turning ideas into reality.

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 The first Changing Places toilet has opened in Germany. It is located in the city centre of Munich opposite a famous Haus der Kunst museum and royal garden (Hofgarten).

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The Changing Places consortium are delighted to be supporting Samantha Buck, a mum of 3 whose youngest son, Alfie,  is 7 years old and was born with quadriplegic cerebral palsy due to being starved of oxygen at birth.

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 People with a learning disability in Dorset have formed a group to campaign for Changing Places toilets in the Christchurch area.
 

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Lynn Alexander and her mum Sue went to Cyclopark near Gravesend in Kent to see if there were bikes that would work for Lynn.

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