Moving from pullups to undies can be challenging for any child. Toilet training a child with autism is even harder. Learning all the steps needed to use the toilet successfully, as well as developing awareness of a full bladder or bowel are some of the many difficulties children with autism face. Here are five of our top tips on potty training a child with autism.
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When it’s time to potty train your reluctant child, you could wait a long time for the result you need. Why? Because they’re the one in control, not you. You can take away their pull ups, offer bribes and refuse treats but a toddler is not going to potty train until they want to. So, how exactly can you encourage your reluctant potty trainer?
We’ve all been caught out. We’re in the middle of toilet training, but we must go out. Just how hard can it be to potty train kids in public toilets? Surely they’ll understand a toilet is a toilet no matter where it is? Don't rely on it!
We asked Brolly Sheets customers for their best advice on how to toilet train...