Take a Shower

Personal hygiene is very important to maintain good health and personal relationships. How to Take a Shower is a step by step approach to help to teach anyone with an autism spectrum disorder, an intellectual disability or ADHD to manage their shower routine. You can download and print the task with visuals and the written steps or just written format.


1. Take your clothes off and step into the shower

<p>1. Take your clothes off and step into the shower</p>

2. Turn on the shower

<p>2. Turn on the shower</p>

3. Find the desired water temperature

<p>3. Find the desired water temperature</p>

4. Use soap to wash arms, legs and stomach

<p>4. Use soap to wash arms, legs and stomach</p>

5. Use soap to wash underarms and private parts thoroughly

<p>5. Use soap to wash underarms and private parts thoroughly</p>

6. Turn off the shower and step out of the shower

<p>6. Turn off the shower and step out of the shower</p>

7. Dry off with towel

<p>7. Dry off with towel</p>

8. Get dressed

<p>8. Get dressed</p>

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