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to think being able to use a suitable toilet should be something you would take for granted in a new hospital

(8 Posts)
2shoes Tue 06-Oct-09 22:16:19

surely a newly built childrens hospital should have some toilet aids for disabled children!!!!!
dd had to wait untill she got home to go(over night stay after morning op)
who plans these places??

PerryPlatypus Tue 06-Oct-09 22:22:01

shock You'd think something like that would be fairly basic in a hospital!

PerryPlatypus Tue 06-Oct-09 22:23:34

I mean having toilet aids should be a basic requirement - not that the toilets should be basic. blush

daisy5678 Tue 06-Oct-09 22:37:17

That is bad. Complaint letter coming up? Was the op ok?

2shoes Tue 06-Oct-09 23:04:35

yes thanks the op went ok, I am just still shock at no toilet aid, I really thought they would find one. they had a lovely bath room in the day case ward, it had a bath and a bath aid, hoist the lot............oh but no toilet aid!!!!!!!!!!!

sarah293 Wed 07-Oct-09 08:37:45

Message withdrawn

Pixel Wed 07-Oct-09 09:50:51

I agree it is utterly ridiculous and frustrating, so here is something to cheer you up a bit. It's only one toilet so far but it's a start, and at least Riven can come and visit Brighton for a stroll along the seafront with dd.smile

2shoes Wed 07-Oct-09 15:10:42

that is good
I manage normally with the sliper pan, but it wasn't any good as she was to wobbley.

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