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Change is difficult for all, more so for a child on the spectrum. Children on the Autism spectrum adhere to a routine and resist change at the slightest provocation. This may make it difficult to introduce a toilet training regime into their everyday routine. If you are struggling to start a toilet schedule for your child and are looking for tips and suggestions, then please check out this informative presentation by Kristyn Peterson about how you may incorporate ABA principles in training your child to start a diaper-free life.

The presentation can be accessed here.




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