Category Archives for "Potty or Toilet Training"

Articles that focus on teaching a child with autism to use the toilet; best practices for the bathroom and toilet issues.

Help: My Child With Special Needs Struggles With Bowel Movements

Help: My Child With Special Needs Struggles With Bowel Movements https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/special-needs-struggles-bowel-movements/

Question: I have a nine-year-old who is not using the toilet to open his bowels. He can take himself to the toilet to urinate but is having constipation issues. He has been on a laxative for three weeks, and the continence nurse has encouraged us to put him back in nappies during this time. . […]

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Quick Tips for Potty Training Children With Autism and Special Needs

Quick Tips for Potty Training Children With Autism and Special Needs https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/potty-training-with-special-needs/

The subject of potty training or toilet training, simple as it seems, can be anything but easy for children with autism or special needs. This milestone is one that all parents strive for as it is an important part of a child’s development. The current advice from many pediatricians is that you should begin to […]

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Simple Tips for Conquering Potty Time with ASD

As a parent to a child with autism, I am all too familiar with the challenges that come along with the diagnosis. We both know how difficult it is for a child with autism to break away from their normal routine, much less learn a new skill that is required to thrive out in the […]

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