Note:

The following suggestions and links are provided for your interest and convenience. These suggestions are provided as a general guideline only and do not constitute professional advice nor represent an endorsement of the products. You are encouraged to consider your own individual needs and preferences before choosing any resources to use with your child or children.

Reference Book: ‘One Step at a Time – A Parent’s Guide to Toilet Skills for Children with Special Needs’.

Reference Book: ‘One Step at a Time – A Parent’s Guide to Toilet Skills for Children with Special Needs’.

Website: http://continencevictoria.org.au/one-step-at-a-time/

Published 2010 by the Victorian Continence Resource Centre (VCRC).
A booklet and set of tip sheets with practical suggestions.
In addition, there is a shorter and adapted "Easy Guide To Toilet Training" second edition…

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Toilet Tactics for Australian Primary Schools: Healthy Bladder and Bowel Habits in Schools - 2018 Online Resource

Toilet Tactics for Australian Primary Schools: Healthy Bladder and Bowel Habits in Schools - 2018 Online Resource

A resource kit designed for Australian primary schools to raise awareness of healthy bladder and bowel habits. Developed by the Continence Foundation of Australia.
Resources include: school toilet checklist, information for teachers, resources and activities for students, where…

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Reference Book: 'Toilet Training and the Autism Spectrum - A Guide for Professionals'

Reference Book: 'Toilet Training and the Autism Spectrum - A Guide for Professionals'

This professional reference book was written by Eve Fleming (paediatrician) and Lorraine MacAlister (Autism Consultant) from the UK and published in 2016. This is a comprehensive and practical book that covers the impact of autism on toilet training, preparation, bladder…

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The Bristol Stool Chart (for Children)

The Bristol Stool Chart (for Children)

This chart is a tool used very widely in conjunction with a bowel diary as part of a medical assessment to identify dysfunctional bowel patterns.

Many toilet training difficulties can be related to underlying bowel dysfunction and early identification…

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