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Strategies for Toilet Training Children with Physical Disabilities

Join James Gilmour and Laura Finney from the Leckey brand of the Sunrise Medical Education in Motion Team for an insightful webinar on toilet training children with physical disabilities. They will review common challenges faced by clinicians & families and provide various practical strategies you can build on to achieve success.


  • Understand how a child's needs and abilities can impact toileting habits and toilet training.
  • Recognize the impact of professional involvement, social norms, environmental factors, and special needs equipment.
  • Learn practical strategies to develop key skills based on learning.
  • Challenge our thoughts around the potential children have to toilet train by reviewing real life case stories.

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