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Toilet Training a Six Year Old with Autism – Poop Issues

This article by Lisa Jo Rudy is helpful for parents of autistic children. Potty training kids with autism can be challenging at times, and this article reviews some of those challenges and specifically addresses fear of pooping in the potty.

The author discusses reasons behind why the child might be reluctant and/or difficult to train, including sensory deficiencies, no interest in what their peers are doing, and no interest in 'big boy (or girl) underwear.'

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Toilet Training a Six Year Old with Autism: Your Advice Requested

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