We know every Changing Places is different and when considering a Changing Places toilet for your business, we have some useful tips and considerations to think about before you start.

Hospitals

Changing Places in hospitals provide accessible toilets that cater for all patients needs, whether a user in a wheelchair or a user with other less visible needs. As centres for health, having these Changing Places are vital to supporting the vulnerable and users with more complex needs.

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Locations: Hospitals

Leisure and Sport

Changing Places in Leisure and Sports Stadia offer users a chance to fully enjoy activities and sporting entertainment without worrying on where and when they will be able to relieve themselves. As often these activities can be for long periods of time, providing adequate toilets is essential to ensuring your customers are catered for.

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Locations: Leisure and Sport

Motorway Services

Providing Changing Places toilets at Motorway Service Stations is crucial in order to allow travellers with more complex needs to ‘go’ on-the-go. With these facilities in place, people with disabilities can travel with confidence and unlocking the purple pound in new, more remote locations.

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Locations: Motorway Services

Theme Parks and Attractions

Changing Places in Theme Parks or Attractions provide accessible havens for visitors. These specialist toilets allow users to stay longer and experience more with the knowledge that their toileting needs will be met and allows Theme Parks or Attractions the chance to truly unlock the ‘Purple Pound’.

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Locations: Theme Parks and Attractions

Transport Hubs

Providing Changing Places toilets at Transport Hubs is also crucial in order to allow travellers with more complex needs to ‘go’ on-the-go. With these facilities in place, people with disabilities can travel with confidence and unlocking the purple pound in new, more remote locations.

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Locations: Transport Hubs

Retail and Commercial

There are more than 12 million disabled people in the UK who have a combined spending power of £249 billion1. When you consider Changing Places help 1/4 million people, that is a combined spending power of £5.2 billion. Providing Changing Places in Retail and Commercial Centres not only allow Changing Places users to enjoy these facilities but also provide a new stream of revenue to businesses.

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Locations: Retail and Commercial

Workplace

The addition of a Changing Places toilet in the Workplace can make a huge impact on employees and visitors. The disabled community in 2012, 46.3% of working-age disabled people are in employment compared to 76.4% of working-age non-disabled people. There is, therefore, a 30.1% point gap between disabled and non-disabled people, representing over 2 million people. 2

Providing a Changing Places toilet within a Workplace would not only support existing employees but also open up a larger pool of potential workforce.

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Locations: Workplace

1 – Information provided by the Purple charity.
2 – Information provided by Gov.uk employment statistics.