Its an interesting thought

I have just been doing a survey, which asked me who did I think should be able to use disabled toilets and car park spaces.

They had a range of illnesses and when I hit the mental health ones, it made thing, well would you?

Disabled toilets? Maybe, as crowds are tough if you have anxiety, but what if you have bipolar?

Do you need a disabled carparking space if you have a mental health? To me those are for people who have difficulty walking a distance. For me, personally, I would prefer to be at the back of the car park away from the front of the shops.

What do you think?

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7 Responses to Its an interesting thought

  1. Barb says:

    Like you said, I think that disability toilets could be good for people with anxiety. But for parking spaces, I definitely think that’s for people who have trouble getting around.

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  2. Cyranny says:

    For the parking spots, I’d give them for people with physical disabilities… But I must say, I had never thought about toilets. Quite frankly, I can’t imagine how someone having to deal with high anxiety deals with waiting in a long queue of people, and I think that it would probably be a good idea to allow some mentally affected people to use them. Stupid people already use them all the time… If intelligence-deprived people can, I think people with heavy mental health problems should too!

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  3. Carol Anne says:

    I have a pass, and I am just blind, but blindness is considered a physical disability, at least in Ireland your granted a pass if you cant see, kinda weird to me really, but I took it and didn’t question it. Same for us here with toilets sometimes there are baby changing units in the disabled toilets here too. x

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