Changing Places facility

Leadership

David Willows

David Willows

“My goal is to demonstrate the social and economic benefit to the government, large public venues and public institutions and advocate to have Changing Places in as many suitable public access locations and as a required element in provincial and national building and accessibility standards.”
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Stephanie Leclerc

Stephanie Leclerc

“Hi,  I’m Stephanie, mom to two beautiful daughters, and we live in Quebec City. My youngest, Sarah who is now 10 years old, has a rare disease called Phelan-McDermid Syndrome (PMS). To her, it means that she’s directly connected to happiness, and has some symptoms not everyone has to face in their lifetime”
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Mark Weiler

Mark Weiler

“I am the Web & User Experience librarian at Wilfrid Laurier University. As an academic librarian, I bring unique research skills to Changing Places Canada and commitment to fair sharing. The issue of inaccessible washrooms was drawn to my attention in an article in my local newspaper. Then a CBC report made me realize I had to respond. ”
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Changing Places facility

Main advocates

David Willows

Lucy Diaz

Accessibility advocate specializing in washrooms for medical institutions. Hard-working, friendly and enthusiastic, with excellent academic record and proven organizational and time management skills. She has experience in long-term projects and seeing them to a successful end.
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Change a life

As long as people have to stay at home because there are no washrooms for them, none of us can truly rest. It doesn’t take much to change a life, get in touch today and start making the difference.

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