As a Health Care Worker, you may be providing care to clients who have urinary catheters
These now online sessions aims to give you practical steps that will assist you in helping your child navigate Toilet Training. These sessions are provided FREE of charge for parent & community groups of additional needs or typically developing children.
This wee & poo daily recording chart is made available from the One Step At A Time guide to toilet skills for children with additional needs.
Cleansing foams can be a great alternative to wet wipes for wiping bottoms.
Nocturnal enuresis is otherwise known as bedwetting and is common both in typically developing children as well as children with additional needs.
This is a Toileting Skills checklist that can assist you to keep a record that will help you chart your child’s progress with toilet training.
Assisting your child to choose what their poo looks like helps you and themselves become aware of what is a normal. Patterns can also be identified.
Take a look at our adapted Easy Guide to Toilet Training(2nd Ed).
This booklet is an easy guide to use in conjunction with our other resources to teach your child to use the toilet.
One Step At A Time – The Expert Toilet Training Guide simplifies the process providing 5 easy steps to work through with your child to achieve independence.
The Book guides parents through the process of developing toileting skills and toilet training.
Links to other resources for children
The app is a simple, practical tool that offers tips and pictures to help you and your child learn the key milestones of toilet training. The app contains a boy and a girl version. Each version has three sections:
Custom Sequence allows you to make your own toilet training picture sequence. You can record your own instructions in any language!