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The Potty Journey: Guide to Toilet Training Children with Special Needs, Including Autism and Related Disorders Paperback – January 4, 2008
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Judith Coucouvanis, MA, APRN, BC, is a psychiatric nurse practitioner and clinical specialist at the University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. She completed her bachelor s and master's degrees in nursing at the University of Iowa. As a clinician she has specialized in the treatment of children with autism spectrum disorders for 30 years. She consults to educational programs and speaks regularly on the topics of social skills training, behavior support, and toilet training, offering practical information to both parents and professionals. She serves as an editorial board member of the Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing. She is the author of Super Skills: A Social Skills Group Program for Children with Asperger Syndrome, High-Functioning Autism and Related Challenges (AAPC, 2005).
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So ABA methods have limited usefulness with him, no matter how much he loves a particular motivator...pretty much he has to be in the mood to cooperate with you regardless of what you're offering him or you get nothing. So we found this book to have limited usefulness for our particular situation. I think it could be much more useful to a family with a child who responds well to ABA. But if that does not describe your child, then this book probably isn't going to be as helpful for you either.
Took us 4 months, alot of work charting when she eliminated, but finally the light went on for pee and another three months for poo. She is not night time yet, but we are so much closer and saving money and grief.
Book is easy and fast to read. Simple techniques. Of course may not work for all but after 7 months, we are so much closer to fully pottt trained. I agree with the other review, this book helps with eliminating training and tips to put child on potty which she did not like. We also brought in tables, ipad, ate meals there after we tracked her times bc she did not want to go. Again after four months the lightbulb went on. So worth the extra time and effort and lost summer.