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8 Common Autism and Toilet Training Mistakes

Though tasks such as autism potty training seem to be simple, in reality, parents commit mistakes while teaching their kids on how to get started. Though these mistakes may seem to be minor, it ends up delaying the the whole precess.

When it comes to training autistic children, be mindful that it could take more time for kids to grasp the training and understand than their usual peers. However, by learning from the experience of other’s, we can avoid some mistakes which would, in turn, be beneficial and expedite the process of potty training.

Mentioned below are few of the common mistakes that seem to occur more often when parents start training their first child.

MISTAKE 1: Not Starting at the Right Autism Potty Training Age

As it is usually said, starting something late delays the progress while initiating something too early ends up in unnecessary frustration. Thus striking a right balance is crucial when it comes to autism potty training the young minds.

Thus enough care should be taken that if you want proper performance from your child, start at the right age and take their training seriously.

It is always beneficial to treat kids with autism with visuals and guiding them with each step, no matter how small it might seem to you as an adult. Guide the child through well-written steps and make sure s/he understands the visuals.

Don’t force the children to perform the tasks; otherwise, it might lead them to develop a phobia against toilet training.

MISTAKE 2: Rushing the Training

Training – As with every individual work at their own pace, so is the case with children. Potty training for children with Autism works at its own pace and there is no fixed or predefined time for obtaining the results.

Thus it is always advised to monitor the training actively. Nevertheless, it must be noted that children shouldn’t be compared with others as autistic kids seem to be unique in their ways of learning.

One way to help them is by breaking steps into minor milestones and rewarding them for each milestone. Encourage them when they remember the previously learned step.

MISTAKE 3: Not Giving Your Time to the Training

It has been observed, that many times parents take autism potty training lightly and let anyone do it. However, just like their normal peers, autistic children too are attached to their parents and they are the first choice for the children’s trust. Thus it is always beneficial to train them yourself.

Children with ASD often feel uncomfortable in new environments or with new people. Be sure to engage the child and spend time with them by making them go through the visuals.

Highly engaging visuals, along with vidoes are available as part of this Toilet Training for Autism Blueprint. This will take you, and your child, through the various steps that are involved in the training.

Make sure the child is away from being distracted, as these delay the outcome. Autistic children, many a times, may forget the steps previously taught. Parents should be mentally prepared to repeat the steps a few times until the child acquires that skill. However, it is always advisable to consult a specialist if you are stuck at some point and are unable to move forward.

MISTAKE 4: Shifting to Underpants Right after Autism Potty Training

When tasks need to be repeated more often to children with autism, parents tend to take the shorter route. They tend to change the underwear as soon as the kids are done. However, though this step allows a temporary relief to the parents, in reality, it delays the entire learning lifecycle.

If the child has more number of accidents, try waiting for some time to ensure the child relaxes. Repeat the autism potty training cycle again. If the child shows signs of improvements, appreciate by rewarding their little efforts.

MISTAKE 5: Serving Punishments during Potty Training Autism Children

Each child takes his/her own time in learning and there is no fixed time ETA, especially when it comes to potty training autistic boy. At times, children with autism learn things little late in comparison to their normal peers. This might lead to parent’s frustration and they at times end up in serving punishment to the child.

However, potty training autism is not meant for punishing but some parents forget this fact while training their child.

It must be noted that children will have a lot of accidents in their initial training level. This can happen for a couple of days or in some cases few months. Care should be taken to ensure that enough patience is practiced both by the parent and the child.

If children see your short-tempered behavior they may also end up in being short tempered. Do not scare or hurt the child, for autistic individuals are unique in their abilities.

MISTAKE 6: Training at Inappropriate Times

Think about toilet timing, not toilet training. The duration of the timing is also important. Although parents do not consider it to be a major factor, psychologically it is one of the most important success factors.

It is advisable not to start training when an important event is happening since the child could lose focus on the training schedule. Events can be anything, viz – shifting a house or admission of the child into a pre-school.

At times it gets hard enough for children to grasp too many things at a time. The best work around is to be prepared beforehand.

MISTAKE 7: Expecting Too Much in Too Little Time

Potty training autism children is a milestone and there are many steps involved in achieving the same. However, expecting too much from a child too early might lead to disappointments.

There are many steps involved, right from removing the clothes to using the potty. The child might not pick them all at a single instance. With autistic children, it leads to more time being taken by youngsters.

Nevertheless, it is the duty of the parent to work slowly on the improvements to planning the next steps according to the learning curves of the child.

MISTAKE 8: Using the Same Potty Training Methods over and over again

Although there are many courses available, both online and offline, right from books to online media, it should be noted that there is no common formula for potty training. Each child will learn at their own pace and training also vary similarly.

For instance, there are many subtle differences when it comes to potty training autistic boy vs a girl with Autism.

At times the same methods for potty training autism child do not work for siblings too. Thus the right method could arrive after few initial trial and errors.

How to Tell if You Started the Training TOO EARLY

We discussed the common pitfalls which children and parents bump into during the start of the training. However, first-time parents find it difficult to recognize these.

They start to potty training autism children when they feel it is the right time and are not able to pick cues from the child’s response. The signs that children show are discussed below, and if you notice these too often it is beneficial to take a mini break and wait for some time before starting it afresh.

Not able to sit on the chair comfortably

The very first step in potty training autism children is to get comfortable with the potty seat. If the child is not able to sit properly, chances are high of not succeeding in your potty mission.

The reasons for not being able to sit properly could be plenty, such as the seat being too hard for the child, or unable to aim correctly.

If they treat the potty as something alien they will end up not learning anything. Give children enough time to adjust and do not rush things.

Not being able to understand the commands

A child might not understand the commands at all if they are still learning the language or especially if you are potty training non verbal autistic child. At times demonstrations work, but it should be well understood that there is a difference between just imitating the steps to understanding the logic behind them.

However, if the child shows signs of distress it is good to wait for some time for their mental development.

Scared of the potty chair

Young children get scared before they could get accustomed to new things, for instance – a potty. But if a child is getting too scared, it indicates the child is too young to understand.

At times during potty training autism children get nervous due to the flush sound and it is always helpful in seeking the assistance of plumbers. A plumber could work on the commode sound and make it less noisy.

Before we can proceed further, let us have a look at some of the common FAQ’s faced during potty training

Tips & Hacks on How to Potty Train a Child with Autism

Let us have a look at some tips and hacks to ensure better results

Though most of us are aware of these tricks, chances are there we might end up missing to practice these.

Going for a Direct Approach

At times autistic kids have a difficulty in understanding. Go for a direct approach and make them wear big underwear.

Allow them to soil their clothes. Once done, explain the importance of potty training and show them how to avoid a mess.

This approach has found a greater success in many households.

However, parents should make a note not to scold the child as they are trying a different approach to autism and potty training the child.

Game it!

Children with ASD tend to take things lightly and they often end up getting bored easily. To avoid this, another tried and tested method is coming up with game plans. However, the game is different here. The overall concept revolves around the use of the toilet, right from the adults to the child.

Chances of the child, picking up cues from the actions of adults are high. Note, this method can be exercised during weekends or off office hours.

Autism and Toilet Training in Public Restrooms

Although children can be potty trained, learning to use public restrooms is also a necessity. However, the oversized toilet seats in public restrooms are a nightmare not just for children, even adults.

This problem could be overcome by using a detachable potty seat which ensures the child uses the potty comfortable as well as safe from any infections.

Bribery – A boon or a bane

Bribing at times works wonders and results could be expected at a faster pace. Although at an initial level of autism and potty training, bribery is good. Try to reduce it as the potty training for autistic child progresses.

If bribery is continued for long, children may get used to it which you should try to avoid.

Don’t give up on Patience

The key to success is patience, and potty training an autistic boy or girl is no different. Practice lots of patience while potty training autistic child. Imagine dealing with a stubborn client wherein there is a need to practice lots of patience.

When we can practice patience professionally, why not personally when we are toilet training for autism child. Practicing patience has its own perks and rewards are worth the wait.

The Naked Truth

Children tend to use the potty seat more often when they are naked since they do not want to soil themselves. Being in clothes gives them the discomfort of soiling.

This trick has also found its way with many parents and they report fewer accidents with children when they are kept naked for a longer duration of time.

Use Autism Toilet Training Flash Cards and Pictures

More often than not, children with Autism are Visual thinkers. Hence the proverbial, "a picture is worth a thousand words" is ever so applicable when it comes to autism and potty training. Simple toilet training visuals could be used to help your child understand the concepts and execute the steps. Below are a few sample autism potty training pictures that could be used in a variety of settings. When you purchase our autism potty training course, you will get many such visuals that will rapidly expedite the toilet training process.

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In conclusion, although potty training autistic child seems to be hard by going through all the literature available online and offline – it is not, when practiced with patience and proper guidance.

The children would love to hear at a later stage how well they were taught about the important task of their life. So remain persistent and do not give up no matter how many frustrations you might need to undergo.

Common FAQs for Potty Training Autistic Child

Can Potty training be skipped?

The answer is NO. Potty training should never be skipped. At times, there is a perception among folks that children – as they grow up will end up automatically learning the necessary skills. However, if this approach is undertaken autistic children take more time just to learn simple tasks such as going to the washroom to take care of their basic necessities.

Who should give potty training?

At times, when both are working parents, this question comes up. However, if one of the parents can give potty training to the autistic child it will be beneficial. The child will be able to learn at a quicker pace and it also ensures the child can grasp instructions easily.

When a person known to the child is training, he or she will have the comfort of taking instructions easily without having the fear of committing mistakes or being scolded.

This has been a major reason for failures in training as children when trained under supervisors, are too afraid to commit mistakes.

When will my Child learn?

Every child is unique and has a different rate at which they can learn there are no predefined timelines.

Some learn it in a week while others may take months.

At times, close relatives and friends advice parents, especially with the first kids. Though it is good to listen to others, do not follow blindly and create undue pressure on the potty training autistic child.

What do I do if my child is completely resistant to training?

If you have tried many methods down the lane, yet without any success, chances are high the child has developed some resistance towards training. Though it is advisable not to quit trying, however, allow the child some relaxation by giving him a break. Then when you feel it’s right, restart the training and slowly and steadily pick up the pace of training.

When should I worry?

Most children are trained by the age of four. However, if you are facing difficulties in potty training autistic child at regular intervals it is advisable to consult a doctor.

At times, there are chances of children having a weak bladder. However, this could be overcome by consulting a doctor.

How to deal with potty training after accidents?

Accidents are normal up to 6 months of training completion. Do not be too strict during toilet training autism children if they end up in soiling their clothes, for it may lead to potty training regression.

Calm the child and explain it’s perfectly normal and there is no need to worry. However, the cause of the accidents has to be analyzed, so that in future such accidents can be avoided.

Usually, children fail to control their bladder during scary situations or when they have their school tests.

If accidents are occurring too regularly, it is better to start the training again and consult a doctor.

Is there a different method for training autistic boy versus girl?

Toilet training autism boys are difficult when compared to toilet training for autism girls as the boy has to ensure that he pees in the right direction and not out of the toilet bowl.

Tell him to bend a little forward and point his penis down. If there is any male in the house, a demo can be given too. He has to also learn to switch from standing to sitting position while pooping.

Make a clear differentiation regarding this task.

My child doesn’t seem to understand the commands, what should I do?

When the question comes down to “Doesn’t seem to Understand”, there are two scenarios.

The first one is, the child refuses to listen to the command which is perfectly normal with any child. However, if the child is failing to understand the command a deeper introspection may be required.

Slow down the training and avoid multi-tasking. Demonstrate and carefully observe their action and feedbacks can be ensured by picking cues from their actions.

Autism and Potty Training Age - When to Start?

Though we have understood the many benefits of potty training, it is clearer that children with Autism will have to be trained no matter the circumstance.

It should be noted that right from speaking, to walking, to different stages of life, every individual is different and so is their learning capability.

Most parents start training their children after the age of 2 years, although some opt to train their children much before.

However, there are some signals such as crying or being uncomfortable in diapers gives us an indication that a child is ready to be trained.

It is always advisable to wait until the child has learned to sit, stand and walk properly.