Potty Training Help
Needing some potty training help? Having potty training problems? Potty training not going to plan? Don’t stress, some children take days, weeks or months. They are learning a new skill and with that takes practice. However, sometimes you don’t know what to do next. Read below for the common problems parents experience when toilet training their child. I hope there is something here that will put your mind at ease or give you an idea as to what to try next.
Night Toilet Training
Toilet training can be a challenging task for new parents. Just because you have mastered daytime potty training doesn’t mean that your child won’t wet themselves at night time. Some kids will learn them both together but for others there will be a large gap between the two.
Won't Poop in the Toilet?
Having trouble getting your child to do a poop in the toilet? Even if day time potty training is going well, this is a common problem faced by many, so don’t worry, you are not alone.
Potty Training Resistance
Sometimes potty training can go well and just when you think all is going to plan, your child says “no”! Resists or puts up barriers. Sometimes when you want to start, they are just not interested or willing to give it a go. This is potty training resistance.
Potty Training with Autism
Toilet training when your child has autism isn’t always a straightforward process. Each child will become ready to transition to the toilet in their own time. They will also need their own methods for success and encouragement. So, how do you know when it is time, and what can you do to make the process easier?
Typical Potty Training Age
Wanting to know what potty training age is best to start potty training or when should you start potty training? This is a common question by most parents, especially new parents.