Autism and toileting difficulties

Parent workshop

Autism and toileting difficulties
Thursday 2nd February 2012, 9:30am to 2:30pm

Autism and toileting difficulties
• Do you have a child with autism?
• Do they have difficulties understanding about toilet training?
• Does your child withhold their poo? Do they get constipated?
• Do they have sensory problems around using the toilet?
• Does your child get anxious or fearful about going to the toilet?

If you have answered yes to any of the above questions this workshop is for you. You
will gain a better understanding about the toileting difficulties that can be associated
with autism as well as a number of tips and strategies to help minimise these.
The workshop will consist of a presentation and some small group work as well as
resources and books to look at and information to take away.
The seminar is for parents of children with autism of all ages. Refreshments are
provided, but please bring your own lunch.

Workshop details
Date: Thursday 2nd February 2012
Time: 9:30am to 2:30pm
Venue: Together Trust Centre
Schools Hill

Price: FREE for parents of children who attend Inscape House School
£10 for all others
(Workshop materials and refreshments are provided. Lunch is not provided.)

Presented by:

Suzie Franklin – Family Liaison and Support Worker, Inscape House School
Anna Turner – Continence Specialist Nurse (Children and Young People)
Stockport MBC.

If you wish to pay via invoice please contact Liz Dabrowski at Inscape House School on
0161 283 4750 or email



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