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There are a variety of different bath seats which are suitable for a young baby with dwarfism, who can not support itself, or to help parents with dwarfism, for easy reach: 

Angelcare Soft-Touch Bath Support

The Angelcare Soft-touch bath support allows you to wash you baby in the normal bathtub and has been ergonomically designed to comfortably support them, allowing you to keep your hands free to wash them, and enjoy bathtime games together. The Angelcare bath support has been designed so it is the perfect height to make bathing your little one easier.

The bath support is lightweight and features an anti-slip base.

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Mothercare Ergonomic Bath Support

The soft contours of the Mothercare ergonomic bath support holds baby securely whilst still allowing them to enjoy splashing in the water.

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Mothercare Fabric Bath Support

The Mothercare Fabric Bath Support is a sturdy framed bath support with a non-slip terry towelling washable cover which gives reassuring support for your baby at bathtime.

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Safety 1st Swivel Bath Seat

When a baby with dwarfism starts sitting up, a good seat for him/her is a safety 1st swivel bath seat, which give them some support to hold on to.

The Safety 1st swivel bath seat gives babies added support, so they can sit up in the bath. It also allows you to keep your hands free for bathing. With an ergonomic backrest, that's shaped to fit your little one for comfort. The unique 360º swivel lets you turn your baby for all round bathing while four suction pads offer a stable and secure base.

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This can be purchased from - Amazon and John Lewis.

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