Toilet Training for Every Child

November 21, 2020
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Toilet Training for Every Child

You will leave Toilet Training for Every Child with all the knowledge you need to navigate this critical step in your child’s development. Specific, time-tested methods will be introduced that address the learning differences of children with special needs.

This workshop will consist of a lecture presentation, DVD clips, and case examples, discussion and Q&A. The following key learning objectives will be included:

• Understand the Natural Process of Toilet Training
• Identify the Impediments to Toilet Training
• Know the myths about potty training that impede progress
• Apply Basic and Specialized Techniques to Achieve Self-Initiated Toileting
• Gain Troubleshooting Skills
• Identify Ways to Address BM Problems
• Readiness, Communication, Generalization and more…

When: Saturday, November 21, 10:00 a.m.

“It is our belief that every child should experience the esteem of being an independent toileter. It is intrinsically tied to self-confidence and dignity. Sometimes the road to independent toileting is blocked by obstacles related to a child’s disability, medical status, emotional makeup, or learning history. Training a child with special needs often requires special knowledge and techniques that are not instinctive or logical. This workshop will provide participants with special tools to address toilet training problems. The Potty People uses research-based, ABA methods to teach independent toileting”.

Toilet Training for Every Child is presented by Alice Belgrade-Moss of The Potty People, a division of Belgrade Behavior Consulting, LLC.

Speaker: Alice Belgrade-Moss

A board certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), Alice earned her Masters Degree in Special Education and Rehabilitation from Northern Illinois University. She received her degree and certification in behavior analysis from Penn State University. Her experience spans over 25 years in the fields of education and behavior analysis. She is the owner and director of Belgrade Behavior Consulting, LLC, and The Potty People, a private practice devoted to applying behavior analysis to improve the lives of children and their families. She has provided home-based behavioral consultation, worked in community-based agencies and public schools and is the current behavior analyst in Woodland District #50 in Gurnee, IL. Her expertise includes children with Autism, Down syndrome, ADHD, bipolar disorder, OCD, ODD, learning disabilities and other neurological conditions. Her workshops, presented throughout the United States, provide a blend of sound behaviorist theory with practical, accessible techniques, realistic goals and real life applications. She has authored the manuals, Toilet Train Every Child, and Fitting in Everywhere (skills for successful inclusion), as well as a children’s story on Autism, My Sister Emma and Me.

Space is limited. Registration is required by Friday, November 20 at 5:00 p.m. A Zoom link will be sent to those who register. 

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