If you go out, take the potty with you, so your child understands that you'd like them to wee or poo in the potty every time they need to go. It helps to let your child see you using the toilet and explain what you're doing. There are bound to be a few accidents, so a waterproof sheet to protect your child's mattress is a good idea. Encouraging them to use the potty to wee will help build their confidence for when they are ready to use it to poo. Check that any other people who look after your child can help with potty training in the same way as you. Being patient with them will help them get it right, even if you sometimes feel frustrated. Having a book to look at or toys to play with can help your child sit still on the potty. Potty training with a disabled child Some children with a long-term illness or disability find it more difficult to learn to use a potty or toilet.
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