This potty training workshop answers one of the most searched questions on the internet: “How do I potty train my toddler?”
It can feel like an insurmountable task in the toddler years, and rightly so…Potty Training is probably one of the more challenging stages of raising a toddler. If you’re thinking about starting to potty train you’re probably wondering:
- When do I know my little one is ready potty training?
- What do I need to potty train effectively?
- How do I potty train?
All these questions and more will be answered as parenting and child-care expert, Meg Faure presents her highly acclaimed Potty Training Workshop.
Here’s what you can expect from this online workshop:
- A step-by-step printable Potty Training Guide
- A 30 minute Masterclass presented by Meg Faure
- A guide to know what Potty Training essentials to have on hand
- The ability to know the exact time to start potty training your toddler
- An understanding of your toddler’s sensory profile and identifying their toilet training cues
- A 10 Day plan for fuss-free potty training
- Bonus content: hints, tips and what to expect and more!
“Children first start becoming aware of the urge to void between the ages of 1 and 2, however this is not [necessarily] an indication that they are ready to begin toilet training. Some toddlers simply adapt to using a potty with ease but for many, any number of things can go awry. This workshop will equip you with all the knowledge and tools to make potty training a stress-free experience.” – Meg Faure
Presented by Meg Faure
Meg Faure is an Occupational Therapist, baby specialist and well-known author & co-author of the Sense series of parenting and baby books, including the best-selling Baby Sense and Weaning Sense books. Meg is an expert on all things sensory and has lectured internationally on Infant Sensory Integration & Disorders for OTs around the world. In 2020, Meg founded Parent Sense – an all-in-one baby app to give new parents a convenient, credible source of information, useful tips and all the secrets to successful parenting in the first precious year of life.