This is a list of the accessible toilets we know about in the city. Please comment on this page to let us know if we have it wrong.
If you have bladder or bowel problems and need to go urgently, try the Bladder and Bowel Foundation's 'Just can't wait' card.
Some accessible toilets need a special Radar key to unlock them. You can buy a key from Radar, from Equipment Services at Burrows House.
The most accessible toilets are built to Changing Places standards. You can search their database for accessible toilets across the country. St Georges Centre in Salford and Waterside in Swinton both have Changing Places standard toilets.
Adult Social Care is now provided by Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust