Potty Training While Traveling

By Colleen Brunetti, MEd

So you’ve started the potty training process and everything is going pretty well. And then a holiday rolls around, or it’s time for vacation, and you’ve got to take this show on the road! The idea of potty training while traveling can be quite daunting, but thanks to our Facebook community, we’ve compiled some great tips to help you make it through. Continue reading

Potty Training and Autism

By Colleen Brunetti, MEd

While some children who have autism train around the same time as their peers, others may take longer to train or have behaviors specific to their autistic tendencies that will make potty training a little more of a challenge.

What follows is a list of common challenges children who have autism face when potty training, along with some possible solutions. Continue reading

Public Restrooms

By Colleen Brunetti, MEd

A couple of days ago we had a little fun with the horrors of public restrooms.

Today let’s look at a little bit more serious side of things, a decision that comes after the potty training is more or less complete: When do you allow your child to visit a public restroom alone? Continue reading