Teaching toileting skills to your child can be one of the most frustrating experiences for parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). A child’s inability to use the bathroom can lead to: limited community engagement, extensive support to manage themselves, poor opportunities for functional independence, and more.
CCSN’s treatment model focuses on skill acquisition that allows for individuals to experience ongoing success and move toward independent functioning. Although toileting challenges are complex, they are treatable with intensive, evidence-based therapeutic supports.
Baseline Data Collection
Individuals undergo two stages: Habit Training and Initiation Training. The process is as follows:
Information gathering on preferred items
Schedule of events for the intensive day
Practice – Post-Intensive Toilet Training Day
Family will continue to partner with CCSN clinician until child is able to use the toilet independently
This methodology aims to positively impact the student’s social, functional, and adaptive skills through best industry practices
We develop conversational, cooperation, and conflict resolution skills to help students succeed in their social environment
CCSN rehabilitates individuals with various disabilities, helping them achieve independence and satisfaction in their day-to-day lives
CCSN provides numerous outpatient services to support patients with autism or neurodevelopmental disorders