Go to the Toilet

For those people with an autism spectrum disorder, an intellectual disability or ADHD going to the toilet can be a challenging task. It requires many thought and action processes to get it right. How To Go to the Toilet will help you to manage this using a visual and text downloadable sheet or just a text sheet.

1. Go to toilet and shut the door

<p>1. Go to toilet and shut the door</p>

2. Pull underwear and pants down

<p>2. Pull underwear and pants down</p>

3. Stand, pee into the toilet OR

<p>3. Stand, pee into the toilet OR</p>

4. Sit down on the toilet

<p>4. Sit down on the toilet</p>

5. Get toilet paper

<p>5. Get toilet paper</p>

6. Wipe your bottom

<p>6. Wipe your bottom</p>

7. Pull underwear and pants up

<p>7. Pull underwear and pants up</p>

8. Flush toilet

<p>8. Flush toilet</p>

9. Wash hands

<p>9. Wash hands</p>

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