The debate on the use of disability toilets by non-wheelchair users continued this week. Mrs Hong Wai Yee and Ms Sabrina Lee shared their problems about their children, who have autism, using conventional toilets.
They appealed for those with invisible disabilities, such as autism, to be allowed to use disability toilets, as these users cannot be left alone or are not able to cope with the environments of standard toilets. Ms Tan Lay Hoon suggested building family washrooms, to allow those with children or elderly parents to be together, especially if the users are of opposite genders.
Readers also continued to air their views on the election, especially on the need for diversity as well as unity, and on the importance and responsibility of voting.
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