Conceptual modeling tests were performed by investigating the impact of incontinence on the health perception of the target population. It was observed that emotional and social impact overlaps physical and functional complaints. Among the complaints presented, it was observed the social and family isolation, and the difficulty of access to the bathroom as limiting factors for the conviviality, therefore, the bathroom use strategy was chosen as the central theme of the proposal. Accordingly, the established strategy was the development of a public and private bathroom locator application, which was named StarToPee. Thus, the navigation project was proposed with the following interfaces: (a) geolocalization, (b) classification of the type of bathroom: public/private, individual/collective, family, infant, unisex, adapted for people with special needs, with shower, among others, (c) facilities and hygiene care: cleaning, toilet paper availability, bag holder, pad/tampons dispenser, among others. The design and implementation took place through integration with google platform, with implementation in web format and in the platforms IOS and Android.
StarToPee improves the quality of life of people living with incontinence, besides being of interest to people who intend to include care in their travel routes that promote well-being, quality and hygiene. StarToPee classifies bathrooms as the type and conditions of accessibility, comfort and hygiene; presents to its users the facilities found in each environment, which can be inserted by the user; has the capacity for geolocation, favoring the routes establishment. During the tests performed in the pre-incubation period, the application proved to be acceptable, of great interest by the population and extremely useful for those living and living with incontinence. The process of validation and experimentation can still add value in the improvement of the proposal.