People with disabilities may visit an aquatic facility with family, friends or caregivers. An emerging best practice for these and other types of recreation and entertainment facilities is the provision of family or unisex restrooms. Essentially the design calls for a single user restroom with door, toilet, lavatory, and changing space to accommodate a person with a disability and their caregiver or a child and parental guardian. Neither ADAAG or the new Accessibility Guidelines for Recreation Facilities require the family/unisex restroom. However, where they are provided, they are required to be accessible. Overall, the provision of a family/unisex restroom permits a person with a disability or child to be cared for and assisted in changing clothes by a caregiver of the same or opposite sex. It instills more privacy than that available in the open locker room.