Jenny Miller, chief executive for PAMIS
, said: "We would be delighted with a Changing Places facility in Balmedie and it will open it up for so much more families.
To be fully accredited by PAMIS
(Promoting A More Inclusive Society), the changing rooms must provide a level of equipment and meet minimum size specifications.
The charity Promoting A More Inclusive Society (PAMIS) supports people with profound and multiple learning disabilities in Scotland and was invited to the airport to help open the facility.
The airport's compliance team along and its Person of Restricted Mobility (PRM) provider OCS worked with representatives from PAMIS on the design and requirements of the facility, which was delivered by Pacific Building.
Jenny Miller, CEO of Scottish charity PAMIS
(Promoting A More Inclusive Society) and co founders of the Changing Places Campaign, said : "One of the biggest barriers to our families accessing their communities is still a lack of facilities.
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