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The best toilet facilities
for those with disabilities
and other impedimenta
are at your local day centre.
Someone, somewhere put some thought
into the things that they then bought.
These sort of things that showed they care,
are things that should be everywhere.
The first impressions in this place
is that they planned for ample space,
where wheelchairs glide alongside loos
and they can go just where they choose.
Another of their many charms
all loos have got two raising arms,
so chairs can get to either side
and things become more dignified.
If you’re in trouble, you can yell
or simply press the panic bell.
All this is just the basic stuff
but for them, that’s not enough.
Hand showers are convenient
for those who are incontinent.
And loos that are a cut above,
supply you with some rubber gloves.
raise the tone and give you hope.
Bidet or basin with two taps
works wonders when with a prolapse.
especially there to put them in.
With everywhere so sparkling clean
these are the best I’ve ever seen!
Reproduced by kind permission of Bill Withers.
THE BEST TOILETS
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