This book answers the important questions: What causes stool withholding? What complications can develop? Which “laxative” treatments are safe? What about lifestyle factors? Do we need to put toilet training on hold? Stool withholding in children is a complex problem that deserves a complex approach. Your pediatrician may have advised you on what to “do”… More Scared To Poop: A Guide to Overcoming Constipation and Stool Withholding in Children
This book is written for parents who need assistance with helping their child achieve dryness. The book answers hundreds of commonly asked questions that parents and children have about bedwetting and the steps to achieve dryness. It provides in depth information on how to select the right time to start treatment; the treatment options available, and… More Seven Steps To Nighttime Dryness: A Practical Guide For Parents Of Children With Bedwetting
Henry needs to have his diapers changed so he can go out and play. Mom and dad bring home a big box, and Henry is anxious to open it up and see what’s inside. Is it a rocking chair? A bed for Teddy? No, it’s a potty–which means that it’s time for Henry to graduate… More The Potty Book for Boys
A story to help children adjust to toilet training. Joey overcomes his fears and learns to use the toilet. Ages 3 and up.
Toilet training children with autism and related disorders is fraught with countless challenges stemming from the very core of their unique characteristics. The communication and sensory issues alone can create formidable barriers. As a result, typical strategies are frequently ineffective when used with children with special needs. Using a no-nonsense, often humorous approach, the author… More The Potty Journey: Guide To Toilet Training Children With Special Needs, Including Autism and Related Disorders
This book will delight young readers with the antics of animals on the commode. Of course, a giraffe could never even fit through the bathroom door. A seal would slip right off the seat. And a sitting elephant would simply crush the potty to pieces. After many such comical bestial blunders, the story concludes that… More Toilet Tales
This 2 hour DVD provides an overview of practical toilet training techniques and core principles for success. Curriculum developed by Dr. Susan Hepburn is presented as well as vignettes taking viewers through the toilet training process. The DVD concludes with a parent’s perspective on the techniques presented and words of wisdom for other parents going… More Toilet Training for Children with Special Needs (DVD)
This book has over two hundred toilet teaching tips. Addresses fears of sitting on the toilet, preventing repeated flushing, using toilet paper, washing hands, using unfamiliar facilities. More than 40 case examples and solutions.
Maria Wheeler offers a detailed roadmap for success. She stresses the importance of visual cues, such as picture schedules representing the steps of the toileting routine. Other crucial elements are repetition, rewards, and teamwork with teachers if the child is in school. You will find many original and commonsense solutions for transitioning children from diapers… More Toilet Training For Individuals With Autism or Other Developmental Issues: A Comprehensive Guide for Parents and Teachers
This book, designed for both parents and professionals, introduces the reader to effective toilet training interventions for individuals with developmental disabilities. Topics discussed include urination training, bowel training, increasing requesting, and overnight training. Questions such as when to begin, how to use positive reinforcement, collect data and conduct necessary assessments prior to training are examples… More Toilet Training Success: A Guide for Teaching Individuals with Developmental Disabilities
This visual resource helps parents and caretakers teach boys and young men with autism and related conditions about how to use public toilets safely. It covers the subtleties of social etiquette including where to stand and look, as well as practicalities such as remembering to lock the cubicle door. With simple and effective illustrations throughout,… More Tom Needs to Go: A Book about How to Use Public Toilets Safely for Boys and Young Men with Autism and Related Conditions
Twenty-seven humorous vignettes are cleverly captioned illustrations designed to help parents and kids cope with the challenges of toilet training. Toddlers will laugh when they see Mark picking out a potty at the toy store. And back at home, Toby didn’t quite make it to the potty this time. He’ll have better luck next time.… More Uh Oh! Gotta Go! Potty Tales From Toddlers
Informing parents and caregivers of the many causes of smearing, this supportive guidebook also includes down-to-earth advice, helpful picture narratives, examples of how to prepare and use diary sheets for behavior analysis, and practical exercises that can be carried out at home. There is also advice on what to do if a child ingests faeces,… More What to Do about Smearing: A Practical Guide for Parents and Caregivers of People with Autism, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities
Adorable Angus the Answer Dog cheerfully and respectfully guides young children through the exciting, sometimes daunting experience of potty training. An ideal read-aloud book for children who are on the verge of transitioning from diapers to big-kid underpants, this matter-of-fact book explains the process naturally and calmly. Each two-page spread asks a question: “Where do pee-pee and poop… More What To Expect When You Use The Potty