Toilets are a basic thing to most of us, a place where we go to undertake an everyday task, a place that should be pleasant but possibly do not give too much thought to,
However, one thing everyone generally does like when using the toilet is privacy.
In early childhood service settings, balancing privacy with the need to be able to help young children with toileting and the concept of supervision can be difficult.
Read more below about research on this topic and aspects to consider when planning a children's bathroom.
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