Toileting Issues in Children – When Is a Professional Evaluation Necessary?

Posted On February 25, 2019 in

Toileting Issues in Children – When Is a Professional Evaluation Necessary? Toileting issues can be a difficult challenge to address. A child who is still learning how to communicate effectively may have trouble expressing their fear or confusion. Often, they experience shame in knowing that they have done something wrong to displease their parent or… Read More

Toilet Training Children with Autism and Developmental Delays

Posted On May 8, 2015 in

Toilet training a neurotypical child can be difficult but toilet training a child with autism or developmental delays can come with its own challenges.  The following strategies come from Overcoming Autism (2014) by Lynn Kern Koegel and Claire LaZebnik and The Verbal Behavior Approach: How to Teach Children with Autism and Related Disorders (2007) by… Read More