Is there such a thing as a toilet seat pee deflector?
January 9, 2013 2:37 PM Subscribe
Warning: this question involves icky bodily fluids. Read at your own peril. My (now adult) autistic son if fine with using the bathroom unprompted on his own, but I have one recurring issue for which there must be a solution.
He only urinates sitting down, and I will frequently walk into his bathroom only to discover a puddle of urine at the base of the toilet. I am positive this is happening because he is not aware enough to "aim" downwards while sitting, and so the urine flow is striking the top edge of the toilet bowl and then running down the front side of the toilet and onto the floor. I have tried searching for a solution, but I have no idea what keywords to use. "Urine shield" seemed promising but did not yield any useable results. Basically I am looking for something that I can affix to the inside front edge of the toilet seat in order to guide the urine downwards into the bowl. Does this thing I am imagining actually exist, or do I need to somehow invent it myself?