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Chapter 1: The Importance of Toilet Training
Chapter 2: Determining Readiness
Chapter 3: Developing a Toileting Routine
Chapter 4: Dressing for the Occasion
Chapter 5: Habit Training
Chapter 6: Teaching Continence
Chapter 7: Communicating the Need to Use the Toilet
Chapter 8: When Toilet Training is Successful
Chapter 9: Toileting in Unfamiliar Environments
Chapter 10: Nighttime Training
Chapter 11: Support Strategies
Chapter 12: Common Problems (and Solutions) Associated with Toilet Training Persons with Autism
My grandson is autistic. Potty training has been a frustrating challenge. I bought the book to see if it would offer some ideas for helping his particular problem. I read it and was impressed by the case studies. The charts for keeping track of when the child voids were excellent. My grandson's doctor at Mayo Clinic wanted to make copies of them. Although my grandson is still not potty trained the book helps to guide the way and through patience and repetion we know he will get there.
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Posted April 8, 2014
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