What is a Changing Places facility? Do buildings such as a large general practice have to have one?
Changing Places are toilet facilities that are specifically designed to accommodate adults whose needs are not met by standard accessible toilets. The facilities are larger and they are usually equipped with adult-length padded and height adjustable changing tables, hoists, peninsular WCs (further removed from the wall and with space at the sides) and, in some cases, showers.
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