PEOPLE in Derbyshire are being asked for their views on accessible toilets in the county.
South Derbyshire is home to one of the so-called Changing Places, which have a bed to help carers take disabled people to the toilet in dignity and allow space for people to change and clean up if needs be. There is also a hoist to help lifting. It is at Oakland Village retirement complex.
Derbyshire County Council is looking to find out whether people use them, and if they know where they are located, in a survey currently running. The survey can be found online at www.surveymonkey.com/s/ChangingPlaces2014