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Changing Places toilet facilities in Sheffield

What are Changing Places toilets?

Standard disabled toilets do not meet the needs of all people with a disability, or their carers!

Changing Places toilets are different to standard disabled toilets.

What do Changing Places toilets provide?

The right equipment

  • a height adjustable adult-sized changing bench
  • a tracking hoist system, or mobile hoist if this is not possible.

  • a screen or curtain to allow the disabled person and carer some privacy.

Enough space

  • adequate space in the changing area for the disabled person and up to two carers

  • a centrally placed toilet with room either side for the carers

A safe and clean environment

  • wide tear off paper roll to cover the bench

  • a large waste bin for disposable pads

  • a non-slip floor.

Where are Changing Places toilets in Sheffield?

Changing Places that include a height adjustable changing bench, tracking hoist system, accessible toilet and enough room for supporters.

Below there is a list of all of the Changing Places toilets in Sheffield. You can also download a leaflet with details of them all at the bottom of the page.

 

Love Street

33 Love Street, Sheffield, S3 8NW   Telephone: 0114 226 2900

  • Where is it?   It is on the ground floor, ask the reception for the key.
  • When is it open?  Mon – Fri 9am until 4pm
  • Also:  The Green Cake Cafe will be open if you want a drink or something to eat.

 

Concord Sports Centre

Shiregreen Lane, Sheffield, S5 6AE   Telephone: 0114 257 0053   e-mail:info@concordsportscentre.co.uk

  • Where is it?   It is on the first floor, accessible by lift. It is signed from the entrance.
  • How do I get in?   Radar Key
  • When is it open?  Mon – Fri 7am until 10pm,  Sat 8am until 5pm,  Sun 8am until 9pm

 

Ponds Forge

Sheaf Street, Sheffield, S1 2BP   Telephone:  0114 223 3400   e-mail:   info@ponds-forge.co.uk

  • Where is it?  It is on the lower floor.  Go through main entrance, down in the lift and through reception, it is on the left hand side. It is signed from the entrance.
  • How do I get in?  Use your own Radar Key or ask at reception for one.
  • When is it open?  Mon – Thurs 6.30am until 10.30pm,  Fri 6-30am until 10pm,  Sat and Sun 8.00am until 9.45pm

 

Norton / Woodseats Cricket Club

Charles Ashmore Road, Meadowhead, Sheffield, S8 8GJ

  • Where is it?  Go through the main door, turn right and then left – it is signed on the door.
  • How do I get in?  No Radar key required.
  • When is it open?  When the Cricket Club is open on match days.

 

Royal Hallamshire Hospital

Glossop Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S10 2JF   Telephone:  0114 2711900

  • Where is it?  Main Entrance, Floor B. It is signed from the entrance.
  • How do I get in?  Radar Key.  Ask at physiotherapy reception if you don’t have your own
  • When is it open?  Mon – Sun 8am until 8pm

 

Tinsley Green

34a Norborough Road, Tinsley, Sheffield, S9 1SG   Telephone: 0114 2448899

  • Where is it?  From the main entrance go right, through the café and through double doors at the side of the counter. It is signed on the door.
  • How do I get in?  Call at reception first as it is sometimes kept locked.
  • When is it open?  Mon – Fri 8am until 6pm

 

Town Hall

Surrey Street, Sheffield, S1 2HH   Telephone:  0114 2734253

  • Where is it?  On the first floor which is accessible by lift. It is next to the ladies toilet.
  • How do I get in?  Call at reception first as it is sometimes kept locked.
  • When is it open?  Mon – Fri 9am until 5pm

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Almost Changing Places

Almost Changing Places include a height adjustable changing bench, tracking hoist system and enough room for supporters. This equipment is not in the same room as the accessible toilet.

Sheffield Mencap

Norfolk Lodge, Park Grange Road, Sheffield, S2 3QF   Telephone:  0114 276 7757   e-mail:  mencapoffice@sheffieldmencap.org.uk

  • Where is it?  Go through the main doors, turn right down the corridor and it is the last door on the right hand side. There is a sign on the door.
  • How do I get in?  Ask at reception.
  • When is it open?  Please contact for opening times.

 

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When visiting a Changing Places toilet please remember:

 

  • To bring your own sling

 

  • To clean the bench after use

 

Radar keys

Some of the Changing Places toilets require a radar key to open, so that they are protected from damage or misuse. Please follow this link to find out how you can apply for a radar key.

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