Developing independence with using the toilet is a milestone for children which involves a range of motor, language and thinking skills. This workshop is an introduction to toilet training and an initial problem-solving session for families who are preparing to begin toilet training.
- Parent and child readiness
- Skills needed for toilet training
- Environmental factors to consider
- The importance of staying positive
A guest parent who has explored Toilet Training with their family will talk about the experience and answer questions from attendees.
Please note: If you are a family with a school-aged child who, after many attempts, is still not toilet trained, you may require more intensive support or the services of an incontinence nurse. It is not likely this workshop will be of assistance as it is an introductory workshop.
For more info: Continence Foundation of Australia 1800 330 066
This session is for
Parents, primary carers and family members of children with disability, developmental delay or neurodivergence aged 0-8 years old (approximately)
We value diversity and welcome all families.
At this stage, we do not have the capacity to accommodate professionals in this session. If you are a professional, please feel free to share any of our calendar information with the families you are working with.
Join us Online
Tuesday 8 February 2022, 7.30pm to 9.30pm AEDT/Sydney Time
If you’re not in the AEDT (Sydney) Time Zone, see time conversion by adding your Time Zome, City or Town.
More details will be provided to attendees closer to the date. You will need a good internet connection to attend.
RSVP by Sunday 6 February. If you would like to register after the RSVP closing day, please email Mana email@example.com
Sessions are subject to cancellation due to low RSVP
To get the best learning experience from this program, we encourage your involvement and interaction during each session. For families who need a certificate of attendance, we require the camera to be on so that we can confirm your attendance in the session.
If you would like to discuss this program further, please feel free to contact Mana at firstname.lastname@example.org