Toilet Training

Whether you are a parent of a preschooler (with or without a disability) or a teenager who is not yet toilet trained, we are here to help!

Being able to use the toilet successfully and independently is one of the most important daily living skills that a person can learn.  Learning this skill is directly linked to a decrease in time, energy, and finances spent on one’s personal care needs. Many parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities are faced with a wide variety of challenges when trying to toilet train their child, such as sensory needs, challenging behaviours, and/or limited communication skills. It can be extremely frustrating when typical toilet training techniques are tried and have failed time and time again.

We use Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) based techniques to assess why your child is struggling to learn this skill and develop an individualized program to teach this essential life skill. We can support you directly with toilet training your child within the convenience of your own home.

To learn more about ABA download the Parent’s Guide from autismspeaks.org.

Contact us today to find out more about how we can support you with toilet training your child.