Toilet training children with additional needs & disabilities CPD accredited

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All children learn to use the potty or toilet at a different stage in their life. Most children start to show an interest in moving on to a potty or toilet at about two years old. Children with additional needs may not be ready to start until they are older. This workshop will help you to understand when they are ready and how to start so you can better support the families you work with. 

This workshop is aimed at practitioners working with children aged 0-5 but will also have some useful information for those working with older children. 

Meet the trainer 

This webinar is delivered by Family Support Consultant Charlotte Amison who has been supporting families with disabled children and children with additional needs for the past 18 years. Charlotte develops content and delivers workshops on a range of topics for both parents and practitioners. Charlotte is Cygnet and Earlybird trained and has undertaken Eric’s toilet training course.  She has a wealth of experience toilet training children with additional needs as well as delivering these workshops containing useful strategies and information for parent carers. 


What’s included 


£50 + VAT

Important information  

Please register on Eventbrite via the link below. You will be emailed a link to watch the pre-recorded workshop at a time that is convenient to you. You will have access to the recording for one month from when you register.  The contents in this workshop are the intellectual property of Contact and shouldn’t be shared. (Please see T&Cs for more information.) 

If you don’t receive the workshop link after registering, please check your junk mailbox. If you still need assistance, please email 

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