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One Moment Please Post-It Notes

Price: $10.00

Product Code: 0257

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Sticky Notes For Caregivers

Going shopping, to a restaurant, or just out for a drive and worried about him/her not being able to use the public bathroom? He can't go into the men's room alone and you cannot go in with him, or can you?

Caregivers assisting a loved one who is unable to use the public bathroom unassisted can post these notes on the door outside. Carry them in your pocket or purse and just stick one on the door when needed. The stop sign captures attention and the succinct instructions get the point across – there's a lady in here helping her father or husband and we'll both be out in just a minute – Please Be Patient.

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Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 > Write a review and receive 10% off!

3 of 5 January 5, 2023
Reviewer: amroj jorma from Durham, NC United States  

5 of 5 Wonderful Service March 30, 2022
Reviewer: Sandra Burton from ALTO, GA United States  
I love these post its, they have already been a big asset to us.

5 of 5 Very Helpful Tool September 21, 2017
Reviewer: PuppyGranny from Highland Village, TX United States  
I was given several of these notes at a support group meeting from a shared pad and carried them for a long time "just in case."  Now they have become very helpful when I want to maintain privacy and a bit of dignity when helping in public restrooms.  The most recent time I used one was at the restroom in a small movie theater.  A man standing nearby asked if he could help and i asked if he would check to be sure no one else was in the bathroom then stand by the door for a minute.  Once I got my husband situated, I placed one of these notes on the door and let this man go to enjoy his movie while I helped my husband without interruption.  I'm now helping more frequently as we move through this journey so it was time to order a pad for myself and one to share with others who are in the same situation.

4 of 5 Post-it notes August 23, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from McMinnville, OR United States  
May or may not use,but good to have if needed. Not very many for price