There are numerous examples of disabilities that aren’t necessarily visible to the public eye and those people have been called out for using a handicap parking space or disabled bathroom. It’s unfortunate and frustrating, but it happens.
That’s why ASDA, a supermarket chain in the United Kingdom owned by Walmart,made a change to the signs on their bathrooms, reminding the public thatinvisible disabilities do exist.
The charity sharedthe change on their Facebook page, and the comments of praise reinforce how important something like this can be.
Like this Chrone’s sufferer.
And this mother whose daughter can’t handle public bathrooms.
And those who have been kicked out of other bathrooms despite a necessity.
Most of all, people hope that other stores soon follow suit.
Hopefully this is a sign of good things to come.
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