Restroom Access Card

Your area may have laws and legislature that allows your access to private restroom facilities as your condition is deemed a disability and restroom access is considered a medical emergency.  It is called Ally’s Law or the Restroom Access Act. Conditions covered under these laws are Irritable Bowel Syndrome Crohn’s, Ulcerative Colitis,  and other IBD’s.
This ID card is the same dimensions and material that bank cards and credit cards are made from so it has an incredibly official look and feel, unlike the paper cards distributed by some Crohns and Colitis foundations.


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We have kept the cost down as low as possible to make it available to as many people that need it as we can.  The $1 difference for international patients is only to cover the additional shipping cost. If you would like to arrange a different form of payment, please feel free to send us and email and we will do everything we can to accommodate you.

In speaking with major IBD foundations in the USA, Canada and the UK, we have found that past initiatives like this have had great success in allowing people better access to restrooms that are generally not open to public use.

If you are a non profit and want to show your support please get in touch we would love to hear from you. The more support we can get for this initiative by adding your organizations logo to the card and information about your organization to the website, creates a more recognized and respected program. Our end goal is to have one card recognized globally, giving people with IBD a voice and more understanding of our condition.

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