For boys who have difficulty controlling the direction of their urine flow when seated, a urine deflector or 'splash guard' can be very useful.
These products clip onto a standard toilet bowl or seat.
A urine deflector will make it more difficult for a child to get on and off the toilet. A box step may be useful to assist with this.
When considering toileting equipment, an individual assessment with an occupational therapist may be appropriate. Your child's safety is very important and there may be individual factors which determine what equipment best suits your child's needs. The information on this site is not a substitute for individual assessment.
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