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How to DIY for CVI accessibility: The bathroom

How can you adapt diapering, toileting, and the bathroom to create safety and ease for children with CVI? Check out these DIY projects!

toothpaste and toothbrush

As a child grows, they will want more and more independence with their daily routines. Parents and caregivers shared many ways to set up children with CVI for success.

Diapering

A diaper with a large red glitter sticker on it.

Toileting

A toilet paper holder highlighted with a piece of red tape.
A toilet with a piece of red tape on the flush handle.

Organization

A yellow cup with a toothbrush in it

Bathing

A shower handle highlighted with bright green tape.

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