Kentucky Autism Training Center

Toilet Training and Autism

Duration: 1 hour

Registration Cost: FREE

About the Webinar

Toilet training can be especially difficult for children with autism. Frequently children with autism toilet train late and caregivers are not sure how to proceed. This webinar will look at why toilet training may difficult for children with autism. This webinar will look at how to apply evidence based practices to toilet training to help your child be more successful. This webinar will provide ideas of how to get started and how to help your child have success.

Learning Objectives:

1. Participants will leave with an understanding of strategies on how to toilet train a child with autism.
2. Participants will leave with an understanding of where to get started toilet training their child/student.
3. Participants will leave with some resource to help them get started toilet training their child/student.


Additional resources and handouts included:

General List of Treatment and Intervention Service Providers
Kentucky Family Guide
KY Support Groups
Webinar handouts with links to puberty resources

**After you register you will receive an email confirmation with details on how to access the recorded webinar and handouts. If you do not receive the email confirmation please email or call the contact below.

Training Facilitator

Kimberly Howard, M.Ed.  KATC Field Trainer

Kimberly Howard graduated from Morehead State University with an undergraduate degree in Moderate to Severe Disabilities (P-12) and graduate degrees in Learning & Behavior Disorders (P-12) and Counseling. During the past five years, Kimberly taught Fleming County's structured classroom which was a classroom for children with Autism or for children with autism like issues. She was also a member of Fleming County's Autism Cadre and was assigned to work in her district with classroom teachers who had students with autism that needed additional support to be successful in the regular classroom. In the past, Kimberly has helped the district decide on a diagnosis of educational autism when needed. In addition, she spent two years developing structured unit classrooms in preschool, elementary and high school in Fleming and Menifee counties. In her current role at KATC, Kimberly provides direct training and technical assistance to education staff, social and community personnel, counselors, job coaches and families.



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About KATC
The mission of the Kentucky Autism Training Center is to strengthen our state's systems of support for persons affected by autism by bridging research to practice and by providing training and resources to families and professionals. KATC is committed to improving the quality of life for those affected by ASD.

Questions?? Contact:

KY Autism Training Center Staff