O’Hare Airport Boasts New Ultra Accessible Restroom

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Accessible restroom sign

Accessible restroom sign

Chicago’s O’Hare airport has been getting some bad press lately, with the recent United wheelchair incident; however there’s also  some good access news coming out of the Windy City’s popular airport. Continue reading

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Who Should Use the Disabled Loo?

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restroomI have to admit that I was a little puzzled by a news item that I ran across last week about a grass roots campaign in the UK to make it “more comfortable” for people with invisible disabilities to use the accessible toilets there. Apparently when seemingly able-bodied people walk out of the accessible NKS toilets across the pond, they are getting “the look” or an audible “tsk-tsk” from passers-by. To alleviate this, there is a push to change the symbol on the accessible toilets from the standard wheelchair pictogram, to a pictogram of wheelchair with two able-bodied people. OK, that part made perfect sense to me, as there certainly are folks with invisible disabilities who need accessible facilities. Continue reading

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