Monday, February 23, 2009

Toilet 003 TEACH TOILETING BOOK FROM DEB BIALER FOR SPECIAL NEEDS & AUTISM!

Deborah Bialer is a consultant in Cleveland, Ohio with over thirty years' experience working with special needs children. She has created a toilet training program that works with kids on the spectrum. I'm giving away a copy of her book. Even better? Ms. Bialer is offering a free phone consultation to the winner!

The book is easy to read and the program is spelled out in detail for you. You can visit her website http://www.teachtoileting.com/ to order a copy and to learn more. Good luck!

Leave a comment to enter. I'll announce the winner in a week. The Baseball Book winner I'll announce later this week.

If you're a blogger and would like to share this book with your readers, I'll bet Deb will give you a free copy for a lucky winner too! Lord knows autism parents need toilet training assistance! You can reach her from her website. She's a doll - I've known her for many years.

15 comments:

F. Fantastica said...

Boy, would I like a copy of this!

Cyndi said...

We need this...Matthew REFUSES to use the potty...he'll be 4 next month and I had wanted to have him potty trained by then (but that's not gonna happen!).

Thanks for the resource/contest! :)

Tami said...

I would like to be entered.....Potty training is tough stuff...

Kim Stagliano said...

Potty training and autism is a horrible combo. Add the menstrual period for a real party.... I hope you all win. (Can I do that? No. But I can hope!)

michele i. said...

I NEED this book......... and the consult!!! fold up my raffle ticket ;o)
-michele

fran monro said...

We have been trying to potty train for the past 7 years- could really use the book.

Kim Stagliano said...

Michele, that's so funny. My Grandma Yoli used to say, "Fold the corners." :)

Anonymous said...

Sign me up! Making great progress with potty training, but it's been 3+ years in the making. I talk about pee and poop like other people talk about their vacations. I forget it's not socially appropriate!

Thank you Kim.

Holly

Debbie Bialer said...

Please remember it is the change to the location of the bathroom that challenges your child, not purposeful resistance to toileting. I have perfected my method over the years. It is truly unique and is successful with all children on the spectrum. Happy toileting. Give it a try. Debbie Bialer

AV said...

I'm in...my 3.5yo is just starting this journey....

Dr. B said...

I have read Ms. Bialer's book and found it to be anchored in both common and uncommon sense. She has developed an empirically tested and results-oriented method of toilet training children with special needs. Teach Toileting provides struggling parents with a clear roadmap for achieving a major milestone.

Dr.B

Mary Jo Hanlon said...

I've worked with Debbie Bialer for years. Her method really works, for people of all ages and with all levels of disabilities. GIve it a try! Good Luck! Mary Jo Hanlon

Julie said...

Hope I'm not too late....I am working with a 7 year old who is having a very hard time with potty training. She's going to weigh more than her Mom soon. We need help!

Thanks,
Julie

Kim Stagliano said...

Julie, you're not too late. I've changed period pads and poop at the same time... UGH. Get the book if you don't win it!

Kim

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