Child and Youth Services Information Sheets
Continence Foundation of Australia is a national organization that promotes continence programs and resources. For information related to children see: http://www.continence.org.au/pages/children.html
Victorian Continence Resource Centre is a service provided by the Continence Foundation of Australia that also promotes continence programs and resources for both adults and children. A parent information booklet and CD resource: 'One Step At A Time: A parent guide to toilet skills for children with special needs' can be ordered via this website: http://www.continencevictoria.org.au/
An App 'Toilet Training for Children with Special Needs' is also available here: https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/one-step-at-a-time-toilet-tips/id694524907?mt=8
Raising Children is an Australian parenting website
which provides information on various parenting issues.
See toilet training guide: http://raisingchildren.net.au/articles/toilet_training.html?highlight=toilet%20training
And this toilet training guide for children with autism:
Disabled Living is a charitable organization, that provides information and advice to both professionals and families in the UK. Includes free publications on toilet training and managing bowel and bladder problems with children: http://www.disabledliving.co.uk/Promocon/Publications/Children/Toilet-Training
These resources are available for loan to all members of the public library system using the South Australia One Card library system. For your convenience, make a request at your library for the reference book to be transferred to your local library.
- Brenda Batts. Ready, Set, Potty: Toilet Training for Children with Autism and other Developmental Disorders. Jessica Kingsley Publishers, UK. 2010.
- Continence Foundation of Australia. One Step at a Time – A Parent's Guide to Toilet Skills for Children with Special Needs. Continence Foundation of Australia - Victorian Branch. 2010.
- Maria Wheeler. Toilet training for individuals with autism or other developmental issues: a comprehensive guide for parents and teachers. Future Horizons Inc. 2007.
- Judith Coucouvanis. The Potty Journey. Guide to Toilet Training Children with Special Needs, Including Autism and Related Disorders. Autism and Asperger Publishing Company. 2008.
- Child and Youth Services. Are you ready? An animated toilet training resource. DVD. Department for Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI). South Australia. 2014.
- Jane Whelen Banks. Liam Goes Poo in the Toilet. A story about trouble with toilet training. Jessica Kingsley Publishers. 2008.
- David Hochman and Ruth Kennison (authors) and Derek Anderson (illustrations). The Potty Train. Simon and Schuster Publishers. New York. 2008.
- Howard Bennett. It Hurts When I Poop!: A Story for Children Who are Scared to Use the Potty. Magination Press. US. 2007.
- Jeanne Willis (author) and Penelope Jossen (illustrations). Do Little Mermaids Wet Their Beds? Albert Whitman Publishers. 2001.