Having a Potty Party

Potty training is one of the toughest hurdles to overcome as a parent dealing with Autism. When most kids are being potty trained between ages 2 and 3 years old – children dealing with Autism are usually delayed in this area.

Sometimes throwing a potty party, can help your child understand the concept of potty training and make the transition a little smoother and faster.

Audio Overview – In this audio clip Hope McPheeters Director of Ella’s Hope and Birka Katic ABA Therapist discuss the basics of throwing a potty party for your child with Autism.

Autism Support Now is a Parent advisory blog and media site presented by "Ella's Hope for Autism" a 501c3 public charity in Missouri. This site is built for parents dealing with Autism . . . by parents dealing with Autism. Hope and Sam McPheeters (founders of Ella's Hope) have two children on the spectrum, and strive to provide continued advice for other parents, who are dealing with the same issues..