Toilet Training can be a challenge for parents of typical children. A variety of factors can contribute to delayed or dysfunctional toileting in a child. Many day care facilities and schools will not serve a child who is 3 years old or older if they are not toilet trained.
There are a variety of materials available on toilet training. Our goal is to achieve successful potty usage by your child consistently. We focus on positive interventions in order to make the entire process as pleasant for everyone as possible. We review the medical, developmental and behavioral causes for delayed toilet training. In cases where there is the possibility of medical factors contributing to the toileting issue we make appropriate referrals. We strive to be informative for both parents and professionals who work with children with toileting issues. Successful intervention strategies, with research support, are our focus.
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"Please accept this note as our sincere appreciation to the both of you for the time you spent with us and our son recently with regard to his diagnostic evaluation. Throughout the process, we were very pleased with your thoroughness, willingness to answer our questions, and ability to direct us to appropriate resources. In addition, you were able to provide a comfortable, non-threatening environment for our son, enabling you to observe him without anxiety on his part - for that we are very thankful!"
Mother of 9 a Year Old, Metro Atlanta
"I can highly recommend Dr. Robert Montgomery who is not only a licensed psychologist but also a BCBA. He and his wife did a thorough evaluation that helped us get great services at school. The eval. was covered by my insurance and medicaid. I paid for him to come to my daughter's eligibility meeting and it was worth every penny and then some. His company is located in Woodstock and is called Reinforcement Unlimited, LLC."
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