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Table of content. The problem. The solution. The Changing Places campaign. How you can assist. The problem -. A life without . toilets. How many people are affected. In 2009, around. 195,800 . people with a disability used continence aids with a large number of these requiring complete assistance .... ID: 494981

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Changing Places

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Table of content

The problem

The solutionThe Changing Places campaignHow you can assist

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The problem -

A life without

toilets

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How many people are affected

In 2009, around

195,800

people with a disability used continence aids with a large number of these requiring complete assistance to use the toilet (

Incontinence in Australia, AIHW

) – this is significantly more than the population of

Darwin

A large number of these are unable to use regular accessible public toilets and require specialist equipment, such as a hoist and adult sized change table

This may include people with an ABI, cerebral palsy, MS

,

spina

bifida, motor

neurone

disease etc.

There are

less than 30

public toilets with these facilities throughout Australia

Australia’s ageing population means the problem will only get worse…

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Impacts on PWDs

Major barrier to social inclusion

Limitations on where one can go and how long

one

can go for Change facilities can influence travel and leisure options as well as providing barriers to professional life

“Employment opportunities are almost

non-existent without

toilets to meet my needs – there is a no

lifting

policy for support staff so

I’ve had

to leave meetings halfway

through to

avoid sitting in soiled pads

– Liz Ellis, 29 years old, BA Social Work

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Impacts on carers

Carers faced with choice to put their family members/clients in undignified situations or not venture far from home

Risk of injury from lifting

Professional carers unable to take their clients out due to no lifting policyPlanning day around toilets – affects the whole familyPeople in regional areas more affected

“Most

people have seen the stories of how many germs a handbag can carry from being put on the floor of a toilet, so can you then imagine lying on the floor of a public toilet yourself? Michael is exposed to this whenever he needs to be changed and we are out for the

day.”

- Debby Conlon, mother of Michael (17 years old

)

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Tell your story

INSERT YOUR OWN STORY OR DELETE SLIDE

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THE SOLUTION

CHANGING

PLACES

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Changing Places toilets commenced in the UK in

2006

. There are now over 700 Changing Place toilets located in shopping centers, tourist attractions, airports and other major public spaces in the UK Each Changing Places toilet provides: a height adjustable adult-sized changing bencha tracking hoist systemsafe and clean environmentenough spaceUsually accessible with an MLAK key

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Key Features

Additional grabrails

A centrally placed toilet

Room coverage hoist system

Adjustable height change benchWashbasin & integrated shelfWaste bin Disposable change bench cover dispenserAutomatic doorHand dryer

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Introducing the

Marveloo

Mobile Changing Place facility

Two managed by Maroondah Council

Portable on flatbed truck

Available for hire for events/conferences around Melbourne metro area

AUD 1,700 plus GST for duration of event – cost includes transportation and consumables (toilet paper, wipes etc.)

Users must bring their own sling

http://www.maroondah.vic.gov.au/Marveloo.aspx

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Adult change facilities and Changing places in Victoria

Full listing downloadable here

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The changing places campaign

changing places

transforming lives

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Changing Places campaign

National campaign for fully accessible public toilets in:

• shopping centres

• premium train stations

• aquatic facilities• major sporting and recreational complexes• major cultural facilities• airports• hospitals.

Changing Places toilets should be provided in addition to standard accessible toilets

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Changing Places website

A map

with all the locations of Changing Places toilets

Changing

Places information kit for grassroots campaigners Videos for download Materials for campaigners Schematics and cost info for builders Current local campaign you can join Case studies and stories

www.changingplaces.org.au

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Changing Places advocates

Changing Place advocates are individuals and groups who support the Changing Places projects by raising awareness of the need for fully accessible public toilets in their community

They operate in ways which suit their situation and skill set. Some activities include:

Writing emails

to shopping centres, major developers, politicians etc. to request a Changing Place facility

Forming groups of likeminded advocates in their local community and arranging

meetings

with the local council

Participating

in media and awareness

activities e.g. sharing their story with newspaper, TV and radio interviews

Promoting Changing Places through their

personal and professional networks

Starting

online petitions

to raise awareness and advocate for change

Representing Changing Places at exhibitions,

presentations, student talks etc.

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What you can do to help

Follow the Changing Places Facebook and Twitter channels:

www.facebook.com/ChangingPlacesAustralia

@

ChangingPlaceAU

Join the Changing Places mailing list

Become a Changing Places advocate – email

info@changingplaces.org.au

for further info

Distribute Changing Places awareness materials to clients and professional contacts

Use the Changing Places location map

Donate to the Changing Places project – further info at

www.changingplaces.org.au

Inform us of any new major infrastructure developments in your community (shopping

centres, stadiums etc.)

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Current Supporting

Organisations

Association of Consultants in Access Australia Inc (61 in total)Australian Physiotherapy AssociationCarers Victoria Centre for Developmental Disability HealthChildren with Disability AustraliaEastland Shopping CentreEnware Australia Pty LimitedGrocon GroupNational Disability Services Victoria Parks VictoriaVictorian Chapter Royal Australian Institute of ArchitectsVictorian Equal Opportunity Human Rights CommissionMODE DesignBKK ArchitectsHSPC Disability Access Consultancy

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National Support

Australian Local Government Association – MAV

Occupational Therapy Australia

Property Council Australia

Australian Federation of Disability Organisations

Australian Institute of Building Surveyors

Planning Institute if Australia

Urban Development Institute of Australia

National People with Disabilities and Carer Council

National Disability Insurance Scheme

National Disability and Carer Alliance

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Victorian government support

September 2014, Victorian government announced funding for six fixed Changing Places and one mobile changing facility

Three placed at MCG, Melbourne Zoo and Rod Laver Arena

Three to be decided in consultation with the Victorian public

Online poll on Changing Places website resulted in over 300 votes in one week

Most popular locations so far shopping centres, parks and gardens and sporting and entertainment facilities

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Changing Places at Ringwood Lakes

Officially opened 1

st October 2014

Located close to playground which includes a liberty swing

Convenient location off highway for access by travellers

Accessible by

Mlak

key holders – extra keys held at customer service centres

Check out the video in

The Age

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Media coverage

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Quote

“I have to lay him down on dirty public toilet floors with his head under the pan where someone else has just peed.

I don’t like putting my handbag down on some floors; why on earth should I be expected to lie my precious son on them”

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Moving into the 21

st Century

1775 - The first patent for the flushing water closet was issued

to Alexander Cummings. 1852 first public toilet (flushing).

Since then technology and human rights has enormous advances

In the meantime in 2013 we have people with a disability and their families still waiting for their first toilet in their local community

Changing Places for a moment, imagine a community

for you without toilets

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