The target market is individuals with CP or other neuromuscular disabilities who have poor trunk control and cannot sit up independently without support. The assumption is that a caregiver will set the toilet up, then help the individual onto the toilet and then they can safely do their business in privacy.
So, my idea is super simple, it is a folding camp chair that has been modified to fit over a toilet, has a higher back option for head support and has trunk support chest straps, preferably made out of neoprene. Other modifications include taking out the cross bars at the back of the camp chair and replace it with a single hinged bar that fits across the back, just above the toilet seat to maintain stability; and straps that come off the back and the sides that can be clipped around the handicap railings in public restrooms to ensure the chair doesn’t tip; the scale of the chair would have to be a few inches higher than a traditional camp chair since it would need to fit over the toilet….this could be achieved possibly by creating telescoping legs so that it isn’t too big for a family to carry around with them when traveling but that might make ease of use and quick set up a bit more cumbersome. I believe the toilet seat itself could be the fabric camp seat with a hole cut out but I would also like to have a soft plastic insert to fit over it (or something like that) for especially the boys for a pee guard!