Toileting is an essential milestone for all individuals to acquire as this skill is a steppingstone to the development of other skills. This workshop aims to support parents and caregivers of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to teach toileting skills; the workshop includes teaching:

• Toileting phases
• Research supported strategies
• Child centered approach
• Collecting and interpreting data
• Reinforcement and troubleshooting
Monday February 8, 2021  6:30 - 8:30pm 

Spacing is limited to 4 families with clinical support for 10 weeks 

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* 1. Eligibility Requirements:
Parents/Caregivers of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, between the ages of 3 to 8 years old.

By checking the box below, you are confirming that you have reviewed eligibility requirements for this session.

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* 2. Please tell us a little bit about yourself:

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* 3. The Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services requires Child & Community Resources to collect each child’s Ontario Autism Program Client Information Reference Number.  This number is required in order to complete your registration, and to receive services. 

This number is provided to families following registration for the Ontario Autism Program, and can be found on correspondence you have received from the Ministry.  If you do not have this number, please contact the OAP Central Intake and Registration Team at 1-888-444-4530, or email

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* 4. I do not know or have my OAP Child Reference Number. I consent to Child & Community Resources contacting the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services, on my behalf, to obtain the number.

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* 5. Child & Community Resources has a limited amount of tablets, which we can loan to families who require them.

Do you require a tablet? 

Your information will be sent to Child & Community Resources' Administrative Support Team, as well as to the session facilitator.  We will contact you prior to the event to answer any questions you may have, and to discuss technical requirements for attending the virtual session.