Strategies for successful Toilet Training for children with Autism (and/or related disorders)
Event Date: June 22nd, 2018
Event Times: 10:00 AM - 02:00 PM
Location: Belfast BT12 7DG
Price: £70.00Strategies for successful Toilet Training for children with Autism (and/or related disorders)
For a child with autism the process of developing a toilet routine can take longer and involve its own particular challenges. Many children on the autism spectrum have difficulties in becoming completely toilet trained, some may even reach school age before they are successful in this area. There are many methods that have been successful in helping children with autism become toilet trained. This workshop will introduce delegates to these different methods and discuss all so that choices can be made as to which is the best method for a particular setting.
Target Audience: Parents of children diagnosed with Autism, under suspicion of Autism or related disorder. Professionals: Early Years, Social Workers, Family Support Workers, and other professionals supporting children with autism and their families.
PEAT has been delivering Autism Intervention, Support and Training across Northern Ireland for 20 years.
Note: PEAT workshops can be replicated for in house training. This can save money in attendance fees and travel costs, as well as enabling the motivation of a larger group in one session.
*THIS WORKSHOP CANNOT BE BOOKED THROUGH OUR ONLINE SYSTEM