Toilet training is an important right of passage for any young child. Needless to say, it’s an important life skill for anyone to learn.
However, it can also be difficult for parents to teach their child to use the toilet. After all, they’ve been wearing diapers all their life; it’s all they know!
The difficulty of potty training, however, can be more profound when your child is on the autism spectrum.
Even so, there are ways you can help your child learn this important life skill that they will carry with them for the rest of their life.
In the video below by Rethink Autism, you can see three basic steps to help your child on the spectrum learn to use the toilet.
The strategies presented will make potty training fun, easy, and a positive experience for you and your child.
Watch and learn!
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