Parts 26 & 27: References & Resources
Part 26. References
( ☆ indicates highly recommended)
American Academy of Pediatrics. (2003). Source Guide to Toilet Training. www.healthychildren.org
☆ American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc. (2014). TIPS For Living Life To Its Fullest: Establishing Toileting Routines For Children.
☆ Autism Speaks. Guide for Managing Constipation in Children
Autism Speaks. Parent’s Guide to Toilet Training in Autism
Bachrach, Ann; Mosley, Ada; Swindle, Faye; & Wood, Mary. (1978). Developmental Therapy for Young Children with Autistic Characteristics. pro-ed. Austin, TX.
Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities. Toileting and Bathroom Routines. (video)
Fouse, Beth & Wheeler, Maria. (1997). A Treasure Chest of Behavioral Strategies for Individuals with Autism. Western Psychological Services. Los Angeles, CA.
Greenspan, Stanley I. & Wieder, Serena. (1998). The Child With Special Needs. Da Capo Press.
☆ Harris, Kyla and Howard, John (2012). Toilet Training the Challenged Child
Heffner, Gary. (2008). Toilet Training and Autism
Lowenstein, Robert A. and Carosso, John. The “Answer” Series: Toilet Training For Children In The Autistic Spectrum. Community Psychiatric Centers. Website: www.communitypsychiatriccenters.com
☆ NYS Office for People with Developmental Disabilities. Targeting the Big Three: Toilet Training Caregiver Manual.
New Zealand Continence Association. Toilet Training for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders – A Parent’s Guide
Quill, Kathleen. (1995). Teaching Children with Autism: Strategies to Enhance Communication and Socialization. Delmar Publishers, Inc. Albany, NY.
☆ Stevens, Joanne. (2004). Toilet Training Autistic Individuals in 21 Days. Cubehut, SA.
Willis, Thomas; LaVigna, Gary; & Donnellan, Anne. (2011). Behavior Assessment Guide. IABA. Los Angeles, CA.
Part 27. Resources
( ☆ indicates highly recommended)
☆ Batts, Brenda. (2010). Ready, Set, Potty!. Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Philadelphia, PA. (Focuses on children with autism and other developmental issues)
Coucouvanis, Judith. The Potty Journey. (Emphasis on training children with special needs including autism)
The Sandbox Learning Company. (2013). iCan Toilet Training Program. (a comprehensive toilet training app for iPhone and iPad that provides the key elements for successful toilet training including two schedule options)
☆ Wheeler, Maria (2007). Toilet Training for Individuals with Autism or Other Developmental Issues. (Examines multiple methods and toilet training tools)
Zwieback, Meg. Keys To Toilet Training (A pediatric nurse practitioner addresses common toilet training issues)
- Elmo’s Potty Time (video)
- Frankel, A. (2007). Once Upon A Potty.
- Berger, Samantha (2010). Pirate Potty.
- Potty Power (video)
- Publications International Ltd. (2010). Elmo’s Potty Time Play-a-Song Book.
- Rogers, F. (1997). Going To The Potty.
- Sesame Street. (2014). P Is For Potty!
(☆ indicates highly recommended)
American Academy of Pediatrics. www.healthychildren.org
Preventa Wear Special Needs Clothing. www.preventawear.com
especial Needs, LLC. www.especialneeds.com. Special needs products, including a self-wipe aid
☆ www.do2learn.com (great resource for picture schedules)
Habit Training Link:
Toilet Training Tool Kit
- Parts 1 & 2: Getting Started
- Part 3: Toilet Training Steps
- Part 4: Developing a Toileting Plan
- Part 5: Habit Training
- Part 6: Creating a Calm & Welcoming Bathroom Environment
- Part 7: Communicating with Your Child
- Part 8: Fear of New Situations
- Part 9: Using Rewards
- Part 10: Toilet Training Away From Home
- Part 11: Cooperation Between Home and School or Daycare
- Part 12: Dealing With Your Own Anxieties and Frustrations
- Parts 13 & 14: Interfering Factors
- Part 15: Diapers & Pull-Ups During Toilet Training
- Parts 16 & 17: Toilet Training Older Children
- Part 18: Success at Home But Not at School or Vice Versa
- Part 19: Use of Books, Videos & Other Visuals
- Part 20: Toilet Training at Night
- Part 21: Handling Accidents
- Part 22: Increasing Independence With Toileting
- Part 23: Using a Visual Schedule
- Parts 24 & 25: Regression & Troubleshooting
- Parts 26 & 27: References & Resources