Absolutely Your Child Can Be Toilet Trained! 
A Revolutionary Approach for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Other Special Needs

Parents often become very frustrated and don’t understand why they would have their child sit on the toilet for hours or take him to the bathroom every half hour with no success. So, why is it that your current and this seemingly common sense approach fails? Because it is the change to the location of the bathroom that challenges your child, not the purposeful resistance to toileting. In my approach, the developmental level of the child is not relevant. Whether he/she is non-verbal or has any interest in toileting is also not a factor. Learn how to “Teach Toileting” one step/change at a time. This webinar will share the knowledge and skill sets needed to help struggling and frustrated parents overcome the challenges of toilet training their child.



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Debbie Bialer
Debbie Bialer is certified with the Ohio Department of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities (MR/DD) as an Early Intervention Specialist. She attended Ohio State University where she majored in Home Training, and she worked for the Cuyahoga County Board of MR/DD as a specialist for 35 years. For years, Debbie has taken a special interest in toilet training children with special needs. Parents began to call her privately to help with this skill. Each individual situation gave her the opportunity to learn and build upon her knowledge for the next child. She gradually developed her own technique based upon years of personal experience and published a highly successful book on effective toilet training. Her book is entitled, Teach Toileting: A Revolutionary Approach for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Other Special Needs. To learn more and order books visit www.teachtoileting.com

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