Scheme makes nearby washrooms available to Crohn’s sufferers
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Over 250,000 Canadians live with Crohn's or ulcerative colitis — conditions which can cause them to need to use a washroom between five and twenty times a day. Now, GoHere Washroom Access Initiative is a scheme which encourages businesses to open up their facilities to ensure that those in need can always find a washroom when they are out and about. Participating businesses can display a GoHere decal in their window, which will let community members know that they can use the washroom, no questions asked. Users can also search for nearby washrooms using the Washroom Finder App, which will…
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