Andrew’s father died when he was a baby, his mother is away all day at work, and now his beloved grandfather must go to the hospital. Upset and worried, Andrew begins to soil. With a visit to the pediatrician and to a therapist, Andrew gets the treatments he needs to feel better and start using… More Clouds And Clocks: A Story For Children Who Soil
Cecelia is a clever little girl who can do many things, even write her name in pen. But she has a problem that won’t go away: she wets her bed. She doesn’t mean to do it! She tries very hard, but still, there are horrid plastic sheets to sleep on and soggy nighties to wash… More Do Little Mermaids Wet Their Beds?
Little Bunny wants to stop wetting his bed at night, and his mother patiently helps him realize that that will happen when the time is right. Bunny has a difficult time trying to understand why his pajamas and bed are wet nearly every morning when he wakens. His parents help him through this “growing up”… More Dry Days, Wet Nights
When Ellie is in the park with her father, she needs to go to the toilet. Ellie knows that public toilets are different to her toilet at home. This visual resource helps parents and carers teach girls and young women with autism and related conditions about how to use public toilets safely. It covers the… More Ellie Needs to Go: A Book about How to Use Public Toilets Safely for Girls and Young Women With Autism and Related Conditions
The experts at one of the country’s leading center for treating childhood enuresis, the ‘Try for Dry’ program at Children’s Memorial Hospital, Chicago, offer proven techniques that bring bedwetting to a happy end. They cover the pros and cons of wetting alarms, drug therapies, biofeedback treatment, and changes in diet and sleeping schedules, and they… More Getting To Dry: How To Help Your Child Overcome Bedwetting
Fun, cute and entertaining with over 46 pages of beautiful illustrations, this playful book will make the frustrating toilet training process easy and fun. Pooping is just part of life… it’s something we all do!
For parents and children coping with the intensity of bowel withholding. This is a great book that helps a child realize that others have this common problem. It helps the child and Moms alike feel they are not alone in this and that it does get better. The book deals with a sensitive issue with gentle encouragement.… More I Can’t, I Won’t, No Way! A Book For Children Who Refuse to Poop
A book about toilet training, to make the process clear, easy and satisfying for both you and your child. Includes two stories, one for boys and one for girls. There is also an information section and answers to frequently asked questions.
Ryan is scared to use the potty. He is afraid to have a poop, because he’s afraid it’s going to hurt. He does NOT want to go. The doctor tells him a story about Billy, who learns to be “boss” of his house, and asks Ryan if he wants to be “boss” of his body.… More It Hurts When I Poop! A Story For Children Who Are Scared To Use The Potty
Toilet training is a natural step in a child’s development. With this book and a little bit of parental patience, toilet training will be easy and rewarding for both parent and child. Includes a toilet flushing sound chip which brings giggles and laughter to toddlers learning this essential life skill. It also features a potty… More It’s Potty Time: Potty Training Made Easy! (For Boys)
Toilet training is a natural step in a child’s development. With this book and a little bit of parental patience, toilet training will be easy and rewarding for both parent and child. Includes a toilet flushing sound chip which brings giggles and laughter to toddlers learning this essential life skill. It also features a potty… More It’s Potty Time: Potty Training Made Easy! (For Girls)
KoKo demonstrates how to learn to use the potty, in a book with practical suggestions for parents at the bottom of each page. Ages 3 and up.
A gentle introduction to potty training for boys. Does a bear use a potty? Does a monkey use a potty? No. Does Max use his potty? No, not yet, but he’s learning! Reassuring text and humorous illustrations make this book perfect for potty training a boy.
Parent educator and former child care provider Jan Faull asserts that learning to use the toilet involves four aspects of your child’s development: physical, intellectual, social, and emotional. Her practical, common-sense approach helps you facilitate success by nurturing your child in all four areas.
Potty training can be fun. With warmth and sensitivity, Joanna Cole and Maxie Chambliss guide young girls though the challenges and rewards potty training—from the first steps to the joy of graduating to big girl underpants! A helpful “Note to parents” is included.
A unique parenting book about all of the most common toileting problems that affect children after potty training. Once toilet trained, some children will develop abnormal potty habits that can lead to accidents, incomplete emptying, abdominal pain, infections, constipation, and bedwetting, some of these lifelong issues. Dr. Smith offers comprehensive information on urinary incontinence (accidents), urgency/frequency,… More Overcoming Bladder and Bowel Problems In Children
Potty Power works because it is fun, upbeat and entertaining. Friendly host Jessica and her 3-D animated friend T.P. along with a gaggle of toddlers guide viewers along the process of what it takes to become potty trained and have Potty Power. (30 min.)
Potty training a child with developmental disorders can present a vast array of challenges. This book teaches how to overcome difficulties and provides tried and tested methods that really work, with ideas on how to see past conventional strategies and adapt toilet training to suit your child. Ideas in this book have been used successfully… More Ready, Set, Potty! Toilet Training for Children with Autism and Other Developmental Disorders
Specifically written to help young children overcome the problem of bed wetting. With Mr. Camel’s help, Sammy the elephant learns to strengthen his trunk muscles so he is finally able to assume his circus duty of carrying water and appreciate all the other things he can do too. Ages 6 and up.
A gentle introduction to potty training for girls. Does a bear use a potty? Does a monkey use a potty? No. Does Sara use his potty? No, not yet, but he’s learning! Reassuring text and humorous illustrations make this book perfect for potty training a girl.