Toilet Training Success
July 12, 2012
By Autism Society
Toilet Training Success by Frank Cicero is a helpful guide for effective toilet training interventions for individuals of different ages, and with a wide range of development disabilities. This practical hand book tackles one of the most important daily living skills: toilet training. Comprehensively written, this book guides parents and professionals from the beginning of the toilet training process to the end – from knowing necessary pre-requisite skills, to doing a complete skills assessment, followed b y detailed descriptions of the steps necessary for basic toilet training and bowel training processes. Dr. Cicero then tackles the issues of independent request training, the problem of a treatment for regression, as well as overnight toilet training.
Each section is divided into clear and understandable parts and feature call-out boxes that list important points discussed in that section for easy reference. Users of this guide have the flexibility to tailor toilet training interventions to their students’ needs, using all or some sections of the book. Toilet Training Success also features an extensive FAQ section covering a range of common questions and concerns, as well as a helpful appendix with sample training charts, data collection table and example training programs.
Learn more at www.drlbooks.com.
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