Teaching your child to use the toilet correctly can be a difficult task whether they are on the autism spectrum or not but if your child is autistic the process of developing a toilet routine can take longer and involve its own particular challenges this guide provides some useful steps that will hopefully make your toilet training a success. Before going through the autism teaching strategies described in this post i would recommend that you gain an understanding of the various learning disabilities children with adhd and autism face it is important to acknowledge that every autistic child has different requirements and deserves special attention. Know when your child is ready for many neurotypical children potty training happens around the age of three according to brighttots an autism resources website children on the spectrum often arent ready for toilet training until quite a bit later sometimes closer to four or five years oldsince you cant use your childs age as a guideline for when to start potty training look for the . Claire hopes book potty training autism spectrum disorders how to teach autistic children hygiene skills does a good job providing basic tips in teaching hygiene short but sweet one of the greatest features of claires book is its size. Toilet training is never easy and for many children on the autism spectrum it can be a real challenge some of the usual motivations for toilet training such as peer pressure a desire for independence or a need to feel clean and dry may not be present in a child on the autism spectrum
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