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Toilet Training

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Teaching your child to use the toilet can be stressful for any parent and there is no right way to do it. However, there are some strategies that you can follow which might make things a little easier. For some children with disabilities toilet training may require a little more time while other children may never achieve complete independence, although having a toileting programme will help ensure a child is treated with dignity and respect. This factsheet will talk you through the various stages of toilet training and give some hints and tips that other parents have found helpful. To view our Factsheet please click here.

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