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Transforming LivesInformation KitNOVEMBER 2015Transforming LivesCHANGING PLACES INFORMATION KIT NOVEMBER 20131

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IndexForeword. 4How can Changing Places assist?Introduction. 6The need for Changing Places toilets. 7Andy’s story. 8Brendan’s story. 9Liz’s story. 10Susan and Ben’s story. 11Lockable options. 12Changing Places design specification, costings and guidelinesOverview. 14Design options. 15Ceiling height. 16Ceiling hoist. 17Hoist charging station. 17Accessible toilet & grabrails. 17Hand wash basin. 19Fixtures & fittings. 20Change table. 20Changing rails. 21Flooring. 23Automated door. 24Signage. 26Design plans. 29Changing Places design & development costs. 32Guidelines for the use of slings in Changing Places toilets. 42Key schemes. 43Accreditation of Changing Place facilities. 44Changing Places SupportersSupporters. 46Changing Places Technical Advisory Team. 47Transforming LivesCHANGING PLACES INFORMATION KIT OCTOBER 20153

ForewordThe Association for Children with a Disability (ACD) is a not-for-profit community based organisationthat was established in 1980. ACD works to improve the lives of children with a disability and theirfamilies by influencing public policy and advancing worthy initiatives.For too long we have seen families confronted by social isolation due to not having adequate toiletfacilities that meet the needs of their children.Some families in desperation to live a life outside of four walls, find themselves with no choice butto change their child on the cold floor of a public toilet. This option is unhygienic, undignified andpresents health risks for both recipient and carer. Sitting in soiled clothing is the alternative but isundignified, unhealthy and often leads to urinary infection.Can you imagine having to face such choices on a daily basis?For these reasons, we seek to introduce Changing Places toilets to Australia.Changing Places Toilets are a real improvement on standard accessible toilets. Each Changing Placestoilet provides: a height adjustable adult-sized changing bench, a tracking hoist system, enough spaceand a safe and clean environment.The Changing Places website also provides advocates, disability service providers, people with adisability and their families with the tools to advocate for the installation of a Changing Places toilet intheir local community.The Changing Places concept was introduced successfully in the UK in 2006 with over 700 ChangingPlaces toilets spread across the country. This has transformed the lives of hundreds of thousands ofpeople, enabling them to be far more engaged in their own local communities.Changing Places was introduced to Australia in 2012 with the establishment of a consortium called“Changing Places Victoria”. The Consortium, lead by Maroondah City Council, developed an earlyrelationship with Changing Places UK and set about developing designs for Changing Places toiletsin Australia . It has since evolved into a nationwide initiative aimed at breaking down one of thefundamental barriers to inclusion for people with severe and profound disabilities.In developing the Kit, the Consortium received great assistance from many professionals.I would particularly like to thank the following individuals for their invaluable assistance: Bruce Bromleyand Lee Wilson (Equal Access), Helen Fearn-Wannan and Francesca Davenport (Architecture andAccess) and Jack Mulholland (Maroondah City Council). ACD is indebted to the Victorian StateGovernment, Maroondah City Council and Jack for their respective support and leadership with theChanging Places project. ACD especially acknowledges the Victorian Government and the Departmentof Health and Human Services (DHHS) whose ongoing support to the Changing Places initiative and tothe creation of several Changing Places facilities in key locations across Victoria has helped to createvaluable momentum for the campaign, and has been an excellent demonstration of leading by examplewhen it comes to inclusion of people with disabilities.Finally, ACD would like to acknowledge the dozens of individuals and organisations across Australiawho are working hard to advocate for Changing Place facilities in their community.For further information on how to support Changing Places, please contact ACD or visit www.changingplaces.org.auI trust you will find the Changing Places Information Kit to be a valuable and useful resource.Eddie ChapmanChief Executive Officer Association for Children with a Disability4CHANGING PLACES INFORMATION KIT OCTOBER 2015Changing Places

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How can Changing Places assist?IntroductionStandard accessible toilets do not meet the needs of all people with a disabilityor their carers. People with profound and multiple learning disabilities, as well asspinal injuries, spina bifida, motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis or an acquired brain injury,often need extra facilities to allow them to use the toilets comfortably.Changing Places toilets are different to standard accessible toilets in that they have extra featuresand more space to meet these needs. Each Changing Places toilet provides: a height adjustable adult-sized changing bench a tracking hoist system enough space safe and clean environmentWithout Changing Places toilets carers are forced to choose between changing their loved-oneson the floors of public toilets or being confined to the four walls of their home.The introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides support toindividuals and families but does not include community infrastructure.Despite all the support of the NDIS, many people’s lives will remain restricted. Changing Placesunderpins the goals of the NDIS by removing a considerable barrier to social inclusion andcommunity participation by providing toilet facilities that meet the needs of people with a severeor profound disability.The NDIS will change the lives of people with a disability for the better in many ways BUT withoutChanging Places toilets people with a disability and their carers will not be able to realise theseopportunities.The Changing Places initiative advocates for the installation of Changing Places toilets inkey community spaces across metropolitan and regional Australia.This includes: shopping centres premium train stations aquatic facilities major sporting and recreationalcomplexes major cultural facilities and touristattractions parks civic centres airports hospitalsChanging Places toilets are to beprovided in addition to and separatefrom regular accessible toilets toaccommodate the needs of both groups of toilet users.6CHANGING PLACES INFORMATION KIT NOVEMBER 2013Changing Places

The need for ChangingPlaces toilets“We recently had a Changing Places toilet installed at our local shopping centre and Imust say Changing Places has changed our lives, to experience my daughter’s joy in goingto the cinema released all the years of pent up emotion as tears streamed down my face.My daughter’s expression has changed forever, the grey skies have been lifted!!!”Proven modelChanging Places was launched in the UK in 2006 where there were nine facilities that containedthe features of a Changing Places toilet. There are now over 700 Changing Places facilities acrossthe UK. They have been placed in key public spaces such as shopping centres, large railwaystations, leisure complexes such as aquatic facilities, and recreational and sporting complexessuch as the zoo, football stadiums and more recently the London Olympics where a ChangingPlaces facility was made available at all venues.National Disability Strategy 2010 – 2020 (NDS)The National Disability Strategy 2010-2020 states that “people with disability may experiencerestricted access to social and cultural events and to civic, political and economic opportunitiesbecause of inaccessible attributes of the built and natural environment”.Changing Places toilets underpin the following NDS policy directions: I ncreased participation of people with disability, their families and carers in the social, cultural,recreational and sporting life of the community Improved accessibility of the built and natural environment through planning and regulatorysystems, maximising the participation and inclusion of every member of the community A public, private and community transport system that is accessible for the whole communityCarersThe Wellbeing of Australians - Carers Health and Wellbeing (Deakin University, 2007) the followingwas identified: Carers are more likely than is normal to be experiencing chronic pain Carers are highly likely to be carrying an injury presumably caused by their caring activities Carers have an average rating on the depression scale that is classified as moderate depressionChanging Places toilets will enhance the carer’s physical wellbeingthrough removing the need to lift the person with a disability.The carer’s wellbeing will also be enhanced throughincreased social opportunities and the removalof the everyday stress of planningaround the bathroom needs ofthe person they arecaring for.Transforming LivesCHANGING PLACES INFORMATION KIT OCTOBER 20157

How can Changing Places assist?Andy’s storyHi my name is Andy and I have worked within the disability field for over 20years, the last five with people with a disability that use wheelchairs.This includes supporting people to be involved in special events, that we all enjoy, from theAustralian Tennis Open, test match cricket, Zoo, Puffing Billy, AC-DC in concert to Buddy Hollystory on stage.Our day would start at 9am at a centre with a meet and greet and a cuppa.We then take care of any personal needs of the people we support at the centre, using a changetable and hoist, and by 10am we would be on a bus or using public transport, packed with lunchfor the day and all the necessary items to have a great day out; including medication, sunscreenand emergency information folder. And as we left, we would all quietly hope that we didn’t haveany toilet requirements.While on an outing, we would assist the people we support with lunch. However some of thepeople we support will refuse drinks while on outings, because they are scared that they wouldneed to go to the toilet. Going to the toilet means sitting in extreme discomfort and indignitywith soiled pads or turning around and going back home. By about 2pm there is no alternativebut to arrange to return to the centre to attend to personal care needs as we have to balance theenjoyment of such outings with the risk of urinary infections.Considering the travel time and time spent at such outings as the tennis, cricket, zoo and concerthow long could you hold off from going to the toilet? Imagine the anxiety of knowing at somestage your enjoyment and comfort will change dramatically as nature calls.So desperate to make the most of their limited opportunity some look to refuse a drink even on a37 degree day. This presented us with another health issue as we look to ensure their safety andwelfare.Going back to the centre can be really tough as you can feel the change as yet another potentialmemorable day has been cut short. The smiles of joy seen not that long ago have all butdisappeared.If we had Changing Places, the health and well being of the people I support would be betterbecause they wouldn’t be sitting in soiled pads waiting for us to get back to the centre to change,or having to hold for long periods of time. Outings such as the Australian Tennis Open, concerts,the football we could stay for the entire day ensuring we maximise the opportunity for the peoplewe support and they could finally get to enjoy the tense moments of the conclusion of a match oran encore of a concert, imagine that!. Outings would no longer be cut short.It sometimes means that the choice for the people we support becomes: do I go out and enjoymyself until the moment of needing to go or do I stay at home or in the centre and miss out onone of the highlights of my year? And is it worth the money if I miss the ending anyway?8CHANGING PLACES INFORMATION KIT NOVEMBER 2013Changing Places

How can Changing Places assist?Brendan’s storyHi my name is Brendan and I am 26.I enjoy a busy life doing lots of things likepart-time courses, choir, going to the footyto see the Tigers play, singing, church, liveconcerts, local festivals and hanging outwith my friends. Singing is my passionand I enjoy it. I get about in my van anduse public transport alot.It’s fantastic when I can go out with my friendsbut doing that is complicated because weall have different needs. Without ChangingPlaces my day becomes restricted to beingclose to home so I can have my personalcare needs met. This really limits where Ican go.I am also a passionate self-advocate and I want you to know how importantChanging Places are to me, not only for myself and my friends but alsofor tens of thousands of other children and adults with disabilities. Somepeople are “changed” on the floor of a disabled toilet, I don’t want this soI have to go home to have my personal care needs met. What a wasteof my time when I could have the same convenience and spontaneity asyou if there were Changing Places. We need Changing Places with anadjustable height change table and hoist. You and I deserve the sameright to dignity, hygiene and safety. This would happen if there wereChanging Places available.Living at home with mum, dad, my brothers and sister is great butI really like to get out and enjoy life. I do pretty much the same asmy brothers and sister, but I have better taste in music. One of themajor differences is I know they don’t plan their days out aroundthe only toilet they can use in the city.Having Changing Places all over Australia would be great. Theywould give me the freedom to live a life with more choices aboutwhat I can do, where I can go and when I can do it – we really doneed Changing Places to go places.Transforming LivesCHANGING PLACES INFORMATION KIT OCTOBER 20159

How can Changing Places assist?Liz’s storyLiz is 28 has a Bachelor of Social Work but finds employment opportunities are almost nonexistent as we have a community without toilets that meet her needs.For the last two years Melbourne has been crowned as the most livable city inthe world - that is if you don’t have a disability”. “We have Australian BuildingStandards for accessible toilets which unfortunately are discriminating in thatthey do not met the needs of all people with a disability.As everything is built to standards, like so many other people with a disability, I’m left to try andengage in the community without the availability of toilets.This is extremely limiting where leaving early has become all too familiar. Missing a concert I paidfor, leaving meetings half way through, missing the end of the movie, leaving the shops withoutacquiring what you came for is very emotionally draining.There are no alternatives as there is a no lifting policy for support staff so if you cannot stand up,like me, public accessible toilets are not an option, sitting in soiled pads it is not only humiliatingbut has impacted on my heath resulting in infections and bleeding.I really only have one alternative and that means not to go out at all and stay at home.The idea of being stuck inside four walls is soul destroying for me as I am an extrovert by naturewith a love of people. I feel like a bird with my wings clipped.Having Changing Places toilets would change everything and provide me with opportunities foremployment, shopping, movies, concerts, visiting family and friends rather than online but best ofall it would provide me a life, a life outside of four walls, alot of quality.I have a dream!!!!10CHANGING PLACES INFORMATION KIT OCTOBER 2015Changing Places

How can Changing Places assist?Susan and Ben’s storyI’ve been asked what it’s like having a child with a severe physicaldisability so many times, but never does anyone wonder how we actuallyaccess our community and city, particularly in regards to bathroomfacilities. When I think about it, the way we participate in ourcommunity has been dominated by this issue.When my son Ben was young, up to age 5 and 6, we could still use nappy changefacilities but there came a time where he just got too big. A couple of times we havetried to use the back of the car but then he got too long for that too.I guess the last option was to lay him on the public bathroom floor and changehim - horrendous!!. For one it’s just a filthy thing to have to do, even if we have amat it’s unhygienic and demoralising, it is definitely a two person job and we areboth kneeling over him and there is no privacy for him at all. Secondly he is soheavy to lift from the ground, and again this would have to be a two person job.I can only imagine how awful it must be for an adult to maintain their dignityand independence. So we just put extra padding on him and only do shorttrips and cross our fingers.As a family we now have such low expectations that we don’t ever botherplanning a day trip which is sad for all our children. We haven’t taken themto the Dandenong’s, the Yarra Valley, a day trip to the beach, a day trip toWerribee zoo or a fun park - the list is endless.Once we did a day trip to the picnic races and had to try to makea screen with chairs while we changed him on the grass. It washumiliating for all of us.Accessible toilets would be life changing for a family like ours.We would be able to enjoy many different experiences together.Transforming LivesCHANGING PLACES INFORMATION KIT OCTOBER 201511

How can Changing Places assist?Changing Places onlineThe Changing Places website contains information and tools to help build or advocate for theconstruction of a Changing Place.The website also features a regularly updated map of Changing Places and other fully accessibletoilets across Australia. All accredited Changing Place facilities are automatically added to themap.Visit www.changingplaces.org.au to find: Photographs of Changing Places Case studies for builders Testimonials from Changing Place users Sample letters, presentations and videos for advocates Campaigns for Changing Place facilities Location map of Changing Places and other fully accessible toilets Useful downloads e.g. the Changing Places kit and layout schematics A list of Changing Place supportersFrom the website you can start your own campaign for a Changing Places toilet in yourcommunity or take part in an existing campaign. Visit www.changingplaces.org.au to find out howyou can support Changing Places.Stay up to date on the latest Changing Places news by joining our online mailing list or followingus on Facebook and hangingPlaceAU12CHANGING PLACES INFORMATION KIT OCTOBER 2015Changing Places

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Changing Places Design Specification, costings and guidelinesChanging Placesdesign specificationOverviewThe needChanging Places toilets have been introduced to provide suitable toilets for people who cannotuse standard accessible toilets. A Changing Places toilet allows people with a severe or profounddisability and their carers / family to enjoy the day to day activities many of us take for grantedand is considered best practice under the Disability Discrimination Act 1992.This may include people with an acquired brain injury, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, spinabifida, motor neurone disease and their carers, as well as many other people with a disability.Each toilet needs a toilet pan, an adult size adjustable changing table, a ceiling hoist, sufficientcirculation space and a safe, clean environment. The current version of Australian StandardAS1428.1 does not require such adult changing equipment in standard accessible sanitary toilets.Changing Places toilets and accessible toiletsIt is important to note that Changing Places toilets are “not required” toilets under the “deemedto-satisfy” provisions of the Building Code of Australia (BCA) or Disability (Access to Premises Buildings) Standards 2010 (Premises Standards).As such, the provision of any Changing Places toilet is considered to be above and beyondthe current legislated requirement within each State or Territory and provided in addition to the“required” accessible toilets. Changing Places toilets are designed to meet the needs of peoplewho require assistance to use the toilet and combining Changing Places toilets with regularaccessible facilities may compromise the needs of both user groups.The Changing Places layouts specified in this kit have been developed with best practicestandards in mind. In order to be classified as a Changing Places toilet, facilities must either bebased on the exact designs provided or meet the key requirements in terms of circulation spaceand features. This is to ensure that any toilet advertised as a Changing Places toilet consistentlymeets the needs and expectations of the people who use them as well as their carers.Please refer to the accreditation guidelines on page (44)Corporate social responsibilityThe provision of a Changing Places toilet is a great step towards creating an inclusive builtenvironment for all people with disability. Organisations and building owners who providea Changing Places toilet, can proudly promote their awareness of community needs andcommitment to their social responsibility on company websites and promotional materials.“I am racked with guilt every time I lie my son Toby down on a dirtytoilet floor because I know I am risking his health. But I have noother option. We can’t stay at home all the time.”14CHANGING PLACES INFORMATION KIT NOVEMBER 2013Changing Places

Design optionsThe Changing Places Consortium in Australia has developed three typical design options for useas follows.Type 1A01Room coverage hoistAccessible wc incl. backrest and lift up grab railsTwo 800mm long horizontal grab rails mounted02at 800mm and 1000mm above floor level foradjusting clothes.031000mm above floor level for adjusting clothes(while person holds onto grabrail)04Adjustable height change table, 1800mm longwith side safety rail05Disposable change table cover dispenser withshelf over06Integrated wash hand basin07Hand dryer08Rubbish binRetractable privacy curtain, wall mounted10 Soap dispenser11 Clothes hook12 Large sling hook09 Automatic door controlType 1B01Room coverage hoistAccessible wc incl. backrest and lift up grab railsTwo 800mm long horizontal grab rails mounted02at 800mm and 1000mm above floor level foradjusting clothes.031000mm above floor level for adjusting clothes(while person holds onto grabrail)04Adjustable height change table, 1800mm longwith side safety rail05Disposable change table cover dispenser withshelf over06Integrated wash hand basin07Hand dryer08Rubbish binRetractable privacy curtain, wall mounted10 Soap dispenser11 Clothes hook12 Large sling hook09 Transforming LivesAutomatic door controlCHANGING PLACES INFORMATION KIT NOVEMBER 201315

Changing Places design specification, costings and guidelinesType 201Room coverage hoistAccessible wc incl. backrest and lift up grab railsAccessible wc incl. backrest and lift up grab rails02Two 800mm long horizontal grab rails at 800mmand031000mm above floor level for adjusting clothes(while person holds onto grabrail)04Adjustable height change table, 1800mm longwith side safety rail05Disposable change table cover dispenser withshelf over06Integrated wash hand basin07Hand dryer08Rubbish bin09Retractable privacy curtain, wall mountedAccessible showerAutomatic door controlSoap dispenserClothes hookLarge sling hook1011121314 Automatic door controlCeiling heightThe minimum ceiling height of the facility is to be determined by the design of the ceiling hoistspecified for the facility.The facility must achieve the following as a minimum requirement, with regard to the ceiling hoistinstallation and track system:1. A minimum height of 2100mm clear unobstructed vertical height from the finished floor level tothe underside of any ceiling hoist track, ceiling hoist component or other fixture and fittings.A height of 2400mm clear unobstructed height is preferred.16CHANGING PLACES INFORMATION KIT OCTOBER 2015Changing Places

Ceiling hoistProvide a room coverage hoist system, also called XY system or gantry, including 2 parallel fixedrails and a perpendicular moving traverse rail. This provides coverage over the entire room forgreatest flexibility when using the facility. Ensure full coverage of the bathroom, including toiletand change table, is provided.Performance detailsTrack system equivalent to:Hoist system equivalent to:1. Rail system with a safe working load (SWL) equal to orgreater than 180kg.1. Fixed hoist2. Two fixed parallel rails.3. One moving traverse rail. (May require piggybacksupport rail.)2. Lifting height up to a min 210cm3. Safe working load equal to or greater than 180kg4. Hoist Case Flame Retardant ABS4. Includes wall or ceiling mounted charger. StandardGPO required to be provided by builder at ceiling level.Hoist charging stationLocate the hoist charging station in a position which will not interfere with users of the room whenthe hoist is not being used; typically this will be over the change table. Do not locate the chargingstation over the WC pan.Accessible toilet & grabrailsPanA toilet pan shall be provided. The toilet pan shall be installed so that:1. The front edge of the pan is 800mm 10mm from the rear wall; and2. A 900mm wide circulation space is provided between the pan and the side wall.Transforming LivesCHANGING PLACES INFORMATION KIT OCTOBER 201517

Changing Places design specification, costings and guidelinesSeatA toilet seat shall be provided in compliance with the current version of AS1428.1, including therequirement to:1. Be of the full-round type, (i.e., not open fronted) and with minimal contours to the top surface;2. Be securely fixed in position when in use;3. Have seat fixings that create lateral stability for the seat when in use;4. Be load-rated to 150 kg; and5. Have a minimum luminance contrast of 30% with the background (e.g., pan, wall or flooragainst which it is viewed).Flushing controlsFlushing controls shall be in compliance with the current version of AS1428.1, including:1. Being user activated, either hand operated or automatic.2. W here hand-operated flushing controls are used, they sh

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