Toilet Training for Individuals with Autism

Toilet Training for Individuals with Autism

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Toilet training can be a battleground for caregivers and children alike. This book relies on an ABA-type approach that emphasizes the importance of visual cues, such as picture schedules representing the steps involved in the toileting routine. The author presents clear solutions for transitioning children from diapers to underpants as she covers how to gauge readiness; identify and reduce sensory challenges; overcome anxiety; develop habits and routine; teach proper use of toilet, sink, toilet paper, and more.

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Toilet training can be a battleground for caregivers and children alike. This book relies on an ABA-type approach that emphasizes the importance of visual cues, such as picture schedules representing the steps involved in the toileting routine. The author presents clear solutions for transitioning children from diapers to underpants as she covers how to gauge readiness; identify and reduce sensory challenges; overcome anxiety; develop habits and routine; teach proper use of toilet, sink, toilet paper, and more.
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Toilet Training for Individuals with Autism
Jul 24, 2010  |  By Maura Scheuer
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