When I first asked Newquay Zoo to improve their toilet facilities, I didn’t get quite the response I hoped for. But then they learned. They talked to users. They listened. And they prioritised access for all. Take a look! From this tiny room where we couldn’t get in and close the door behind us… To… Continue reading Thank you, Newquay Zoo!
Almost a year ago my son had a horrible experience at Sainsbury’s in Penzance. We hoped they would care and want to ensure that it never happens to any other disabled person ever again. Because that is how a good business responds, isn’t it? Either nobody told Sainsbury’s about compassion and high standards, or they… Continue reading Testing Sainsbury’s “reasonable adjustment”.
A campaign supporter has been in touch due to a troubling response from her MP to her request that they support Paula Sherriff MP with her Accessible Toilets Bill in November. Here it is… “I am all in favour of Changing Places Toilets being installed in places where that is feasible and reasonable – and… Continue reading MPs are only human…
For a long time campaigning for Changing Places facilities has felt like an endless uphill battle, with no hope for change. But change is coming! However, it will not happen without all supporters of the Changing Places campaign taking action. Simple action, nothing radical, and nothing that even requires you to leave the house. Will… Continue reading What can YOU do?
The last few weeks/months have been painful. I have struggled to move. Sitting has been hard, standing even worse, and I have been walking like I just pooped my pants. (LIKE!!! – I haven’t really!) This is the reality for a full time carer to a disabled person. I don’t work office hours, heck, there… Continue reading When caring causes disability…
My son has a mobile toilet named after him. And we are delighted! You might laugh, and it does sound funny, but Adam is completely thrilled. “Mobiloo Me!!!” It might seem a little strange that a mobile toilet has been named at all, let alone that someone would be excited about it being named after them,… Continue reading Meet Mobiloo Adam!
One month ago I lost my biggest supporter, my greatest cheerleader, and my hero. And I feel as though nothing will ever feel right again. The man who made sure that I grew up to believe in myself is no longer here to tell me that I can achieve anything. No longer here to reassure… Continue reading Loss.