Sex workers want every client to get the best service that they can provide. To provide a good service there may be information that is important to discuss in advance. 

Just let the sex worker or receptionist know whether you have particular requirements regarding access, transfers, undressing, communication etc. For example a receptionist or worker might think a person who has difficulties with their speech is drunk or on drugs and end the call without making an appointment.

Let the receptionist or worker know if there will be support person in attendance helping you before or after seeing the sex worker. This might be someone who helps with un/dressing, showering, communication, positioning and transferring.

If a medical issue could arise, it is important to tell the sex worker on how to recognise and manage this situation.  Unfortunately many brothels, parlours and private workers’ homes are not fully accessible for people who use wheelchairs therefore accessibility options should be discussed during the initial call.