Toilet

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What does it mean when you dream about a toilet?

Dreaming about a toilet can relate to any number of different meanings regarding waste products. A toilet dream could reflect something as simple as the feeling that one has unloaded something that was burdening him or her, or even releasing tightly held feelings. The dream might also be drawing on the meaning of such common idioms as “in the toilet” or “down the toilet.”

toilet

1. A water closet; W.C. 2. The room containing the water closet.
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Second, a daily record of toileting successes and accidents, along with the size and consistency of both should be documented.
Toileting problems frequently present at pediatric practices for several reasons.
Eliminate discussion about toileting other than at the time of the child's toileting tasks.
The purpose of this study was to compare how parents and child care professionals perceive the toilet training process, and to determine where the two groups seek information about toileting when difficulties arise.
His condition resolved after removal of dead bone from the external auditory canal, followed by antibiotic therapy and periodic aural toileting.
The activities of daily living are eating, toileting, transferring, bathing, dressing and continence (Sec.
3(b) Appliances and programmes Scheduled toileting 9.
How does a father handle the intimate tasks of bathing, diapering, and toileting small children in a setting unsupervised and unregulated by the mother.
To achieve independent rather than assisted toileting for the child with chronic illness, the usual approaches and methods suitable for other children may be inappropriate and need modification.
Supportive services can include hands-on care (bathing, shampooing, brushing teeth, toileting, dressing); light housekeeping (personal laundry, meal preparation and planning, vacuuming, washing dishes); nonmedical supervision (maintaining hygiene, monitoring health status, assisting with self-administered medications); assisting with mobility (bed to wheelchair, bed to commode); companionship (reading, walks, conversation); transporting and escorting (to doctor, grocery, bank, post office).
Information on eight ADLs was available for examination: eating, bed mobility, toileting, transferring, locomotion, bathing, dressing, and grooming.
Categories of help can include getting dressed, transferring to a wheelchair, grooming, bathing, toileting, cooking and eating, housecleaning, and transportation.