Autism, Cerebral Palsy, and being an "Adult Baby"...#348
by, 05-Jun-2016 at 01:57 (143 Views)
Just a quiet Saturday evening.
Yesterday I was a good little boy and I vacuumed my Bedroom.
Yes, I had to do a grown up house chore.
Regression to babyhood is okay for short periods, but it is not practical for a disabled adult like me who has lots of responsibilities.
Today, I did do something interesting.
I made a modification to my adult medical hospital potty chair.
I added a jury-rigged "male urine deflector" to the front of the potty chair seat.
An empty $1.00 cup of Mini OREO cookies cut in half, and duct-taped to the front of my adult medical hospital potty chair is an effective "male urine deflector", just like on the young child potty chair I was made to sit on and "be clean and dry" 55 years ago.
Yes, I sat on my adult medical hospital potty chair for a couple of hours today to have some "no diaper time" to help with preventing skin breakdown from constant contact with my own pee-pee and poo-poo as a totally incontinent older disabled adult.