Once children with autism are potty trained finish the potty routine by teaching them how to wash their hands after they use the bathroom create a step by step visual sequence of the handwashing routine with actual pictures or by using the picture exchange system pecs icons place it in front of the bathroom sink the handwashing sequence is. Many children with autism take longer than is typical to learn how to use the toilet this delay can stem from a variety of reasons many children with autism have a general developmental delay that is they simply learn new skills more slowly than other children do. A parents guide to toileting for children with autism toilet ing training can be challenging for children with autism spectrum disorders asd there are many reasons why it can take a long time many children with asd learn to use the toilet at a late age most children with asd learn to urinate and have bowel movements in the toilet later than other children tsai stewart august . We have a few tips for overcoming common challenges when potty training a child with autism spectrum disorder a picture says a thousand words use clear and simple pictures visuals fewer words such as go potty are better to help your child understand what is expected. Children on the autism spectrum often like routine you can build upon this desire for predictability to develop a successful toilet training routine when changing your childs nappy do this where the toilet is so they can start relating toileting activities to the bathroom
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