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Falstaff1485

Your opinions please

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Guest bearlover

When I first had my amputation, I wenr out to dinner in my wheelchair. Well the ladies room was not wheelchair friendly. :angry: I had to use the restroom and could not manage the wheelchair in the restroom. I Nicely told the manager who is also the owner. He really did not care about the situation. it seems all public restrooms should have some kind of access for people with differences. I haben't been back until last week. Of course I have my leg now.. The restrooms are still the same no changes have been made for people in wheelchair. Until people experience this problem or know someone with a problem no one really thinks about us. Unless it effects them directly.

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Bravo all for It could have not been said better. Its good to hear all the input on this and everyones opinions. Cher you said it all in a nutshell. B)

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Guest bearlover

I also belive that depending on the age and size of a building is they may not provide handicapped accessibility.

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