Once the start date is chosen prepare your child a week before by creating a visual countdown calendar and begin reading any potty training books and or potty training social stories to the child start the toilet training process first thing in the morning by having a potty party. That is they simply learn new skills more slowly than other children do many children who have autism have great difficulty breaking long established routines in this case using a diaper plus there are relatively few opportunities to practice toileting during the day as there are only so many times a child genuinely needs to go. Children on the autism spectrum often like routine you can build upon this desire for predictability to develop a successful toilet training routine when changing your childs nappy do this where the toilet is so they can start relating toileting activities to the bathroom. Sometimes autistic children who are toilet training can behave in challenging ways for example they might be afraid of the toilet go in places other than the toilet fill the toilet with paper and other materials continually flush the toilet smear poo on the wall and other places and refuse to poo. 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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