These accessible toilet signs help people living with invisible disabilities like Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis to access the toilets they need, free from the abuse and intimidation they often face.
Thanks to the powerful voice of the Crohn’s and Colitis community, these household names will now be installing the Not Every Disability is Visible signage gradually in their restaurants up and down the country over the next few months and into 2020.
Nando's and Wagamama will be installing the signage and training staff in new and refurbished stores in the hope to include all stores over a period of time.
Today’s announcement falls on Purple Tuesday, the accessible shopping day, promoting the £2.25 trillion* global spending power of disabled people and their families and calls on all organisations to make changes to improve the customer experience for disabled people, just like Nando’s and Wagamama have done.
One of key resources that companies are encouraged to implement is our Not Every Disability is Visible signage.
These simple signs make a big difference with over 80% of people with Crohn’s or Colitis telling us they feel more comfortable visiting places with the Not Every Disability is Visible signs installed, powerfully demonstrating that these signs have a real impact on people’s lives.