Where are you located?

Toileting tots is based in Perth Western Australia with an office in Como.

Do you consult with clients outside of perth?

Toileting tots consults nationally. A phone consult can be booked and all information needed for the consult will be emailed.

At what age should I start toilet training my toddler?

Toilet training usually occurs between 2 and 3. Your child will often show signs of readiness and it is worth getting started then. If you child is 3 and has shown no signs then it is time to get toilet training on their radar.

What are the signs that my child is ready to start toilet training?

Signs of readiness include – dry for 2 hours, can follow simple instructions, shows an interest in potty/toilet, tells you if wet or dirty, moves to a special spot to wee/poo in nappy, refusing to wear a nappy, can sit in one place for 2 minutes or longer.

How long does toilet training take?

Toilet training is not a race. Move at a pace that builds confidence in the child. Some days may be better than others and that is normal. Expect accidents they are part of the journey.

I’m having problems toilet training, what should I do?

Kids love to learn. Keep it fun, positive, stress free and most importantly if they are willing to try and are participating then keep going they will get there.

If the situation gets too over whelming, then seeking professional advice is always an option.

When should I get help from a professional?

Going to the toilet is a skill that needs to be learnt. Sometimes it does not run smoothy and extra help is needed. If you are feeling overwhelmed, stressed and unsure how to help your child then seeking help sooner than later is always recommended. Remember it is much easier to change habits/behaviours early then letting them go for months even years.

“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.”

Benjamin Franklin

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“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.”

Benjamin Franklin.