Please join John Tolson, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA, in this virtual training as he provides caregivers with the basics on beginning toilet training,
as well as options for more individualized interventions.
Toilet training is one of the most time-consuming and frustrating milestones that a caregiver of an individual with autism or other developmental disabilities will encounter. Children who are not successfully toilet trained may be restricted from accessing certain social interactions or environments. Caregivers may continue to flush money down the drain in diapers, wipes, and other toileting necessities for many years. Children who do not develop healthy toileting habits may be more susceptible to medical problems down the road.
The training will provide caregivers with the basics on beginning toilet training, as well as options for more individualized interventions. Materials will also be available after the training for attendees.
Presenter: John Tolson is the Program Director of the May Center for ABA Services in Virginia (Greater Richmond and Peninsula). He is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and a Licensed Behavior Analyst (LBA) in Virginia. He has worked with children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities for more than 10 years, and currently also serves as the Clinical Supervisor for the Virginia center. Read more here.