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One of the topics parents and therapists always ask me is about helping children with toilet training.

I love infographics. They provide awesome tips and can be shared easily. Here’s one of my favorites.

Autism Potty Training – The Ultimate Guide

Want more information? Read our earlier post about toilet training here.

Interoception or awareness of your own body can be affected with sensory processing disorder. Learn more about interoception here.

If you’d like to know more about autism, take our autism intensive course. Certificate provided for therapists.

What additional tips have worked for you? Please share with us!  Thanks to Autism Parenting Magazine for the graphic.

 

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