Aziah washes her hands

Aziah has been playing with the paint and needs to wash her hands and face. Janet, her key person, takes her to the bathroom in her specialist chair. The chair has a lot of mobility and can be easily adjusted to the height that Aziah needs to access the sink in the bathroom. Aizah has cerebal paulsey. Find out more about Aziah and her condition here.

Good for looking at

  • SEND
  • Inclusion
  • Communication
  • Effective adult support
  • Accesibility
  • Specialist equipment


  • How effective is the specialist equipment for supporting Aizah’s specific needs and enabling her to access the activity as independently as possible?
  • What cues can you see that show what Aziah is communicating? (Look out for eye gaze, non-verbal and body language)
  • In what ways does the adult support Aziah’s independence and sense of autonomy?
  • How is Aziah learning? Which areas of development, engagement and characteristics of learning can you observe?