Who the heck makes the decisions where to put the Disabled Car Park spaces.
Today I took my husbands cpap machine for a service at the hospital. (I am sure it was heavier this year than last).
To get into the car park with the disabled spaces you have to drive down quite a long slope, therefore when you then walk to the hospital you have to climb up this slope (god I was puffing).
Then to add insult to injury I had to walk past the smoking shed with lots of nurses and porters puffing away, looked like a steam train had just passed and it smelt awful. (:
There are notices all along the wall telling people not to smoke outside the doors, but low and behold there they were the people who cannot be bothered to walk a few yards to the shed, so I had to inhale their smoke as I walked past. I wish I was brave enough to say
"LOOK AT ME DO YOU WANT TO BE LIKE THIS", but I'm not. (:
The Respiratory area is at the end of a long corridor and then another longer higher slope, when I eventually got in there I could not even speak, bet they thought well she stinks of smoke so no wonder she's out of breathe.
Thank goodness its only every 12 months.