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Autonomy to the bany / Autonomy in the bathroom

The main goal To get in our students is that it can be autonomous in his daily life. With this purpose we use varied visual aids that help us achieve this. When a student controls snails they sell us other types of needs, such as: that they are not exposed in the corridor to get underwear. 

In our center we have several bathrooms with a visual aid, like the one you can see in the attached photo, with two clear objectives: to be able to perform all the steps when using the toilet and not have to need the presence of the adult (strip sequence placed on the wall) and climb the clothes inside the toilet space (box delimiting a suitable space)

In order for these aids to work, the student must be modeled previously. We place the strip with the sequence and the box on the floor (with a tough adhesive tape). The boy goes to the bathroom and we accompany him to supervise it; Once in the bathroom we model it to indicate what it is going to do first (lowering trousers, for example) and thus until the action is completed.

When the student is already able to do these steps correctly, maybe when we begin to need visual help to avoid leaving the space where the action must take place. Every time the toilet is wc, it will be placed again indicating where you should be doing this task (within the box enabled to that effect)

 

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The main target to get with our students is that it can be autonomous in your daily life. For this purpose we use several visual aids that help us achieve it. When a student controls toilet training, other needs arise, such as: not showing up in the hall to put on their underwear.

In our center we have several bathrooms with a visual aid, as you can see in the attached photo, with two clear objectives: to be able to perform all the steps when using the toilet and not have the need for an adult is present (pull string placed on the wall) and put the clothes inside the toilet space (box delimiting a suitable space)

For these aids to work, the student must be previously modeled. We place the strip with the sequence and the box on the floor (with resistant adhesive tape) The child goes to the bathroom and an adult accompanies him to supervise it; Once in the bathroom we model it so that it indicates what it is going to do first (to lower the pants, for example) and thus until I finished the action.

When a student is already able to perform these steps in an appropriate manner, it may be when we need the visual aid to not leave the space where the action must be performed. Each time you leave the wc we will place it again indicating where you should be doing that task (inside the box enabled for this purpose)

 

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Goal:
Independent/life skills
Students age range:
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
Curriculum area:
Humanities
Year period:
Any moment
Resources to be used, including human resources, materials and spaces:
Strip sequence Tough adhesive tape An adult
The official webpage for the good practice:
cpbonavista.edu.gva.es
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