Enfield Early Years Developing Toileting 19 July 2024 JD

Early Years
Developing Toileting in the Early Years
19 July, 2024
09:30:AM - 12:30:PM

Bell Lane
United Kingdom

Venue telephone number
Local authority location of training
  • Enfield

Who is this Module For?

This module is aimed at all education professionals working in the Early Years, which includes childminders, preschools, nurseries and school reception classes. 


This module is intended to develop your understanding of how autism can impact on toileting. The module also aims to equip you with strategies to enable and support autistic children to develop their toileting in the setting and at home, through effective communication with parents and carers.

The aims

Developing Toileting in the Early Years’ will support you:

  • To increase your understanding of toileting development.   
  • To develop your understanding of how autism can impact upon a child's toileting.   
  • To build your awareness of strategies that can be used to support autistic children with their toileting development. 

Learning Objectives

After completing Developing Toileting in the Early Years’, you will be able to:

  • Understand that autism is a difference not a deficit. 
  • Understand how the Three Areas of Difference in autism may impact on toileting. 
  • Understand the importance of all adults working together to support the child with toileting. 
  • Develop knowledge of how to support autistic children with toileting. 
  • Create a plan which will ensure that autistic children are supported with toileting. 

Session length

The length of the training session will depend on the training partner delivering the session. Please get in touch with them directly to enquire about this. If you can't see their contact details, please search for your local training partner and enquire. 

This training is free to attend for Enfield staff in state-funded settings and Enfield resident parents.  Charges apply for out of borough professionals/parents and professionals from private/independent sector.

(see charges policy on the EASA website www.enfieldasa.org.uk)