Yes. This part of the order will not apply to a person who:
(a) is registered as partially sighted or blind in a register compiled under section 29 of the National Assistance Act 1948; or
(b) is registered as “sight-impaired”, “severely sight-impaired” or as “having sight and hearing impairments which, in combination, have a significant effect on their day to day lives”, in a register compiled under section 18 of the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014; or
(c) has a disability which affects his mobility, manual dexterity, physical coordination, or ability to lift, carry, or otherwise move everyday objects, such that he cannot reasonably be expected to remove the faeces; or
(d) has some other disability, such that he cannot reasonably be expected to remove the faeces.
For the purposes of the order, a “disability” means a condition that qualifies as a disability for the purposes of the Equality Act 2010.