How to Teach ADHD Kids Potty Training


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When trying to teach kids with ADHD potty training, you have to be willing to try different things until you find what works best for them. The three "P's" of potty training are persistence, patience, and practice. With the right encouragement and support, your child can be potty trained too.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Potty
Stickers or lollipops
Potty Chart
Pull-Ups
Books on Potty Training
Potty Training Videos

InstructionsBefore you start potty training, make sure your child is ready. Children with ADHD tend to be ready for potty training later than other children. Focus on your child's strengths and abilities when choosin


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