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Toilet Training.

Brisbane paediatric nurse toilet training package, covers all the essentials for a successful toilet training routine for toddlers.

  • Easy to follow instructions.

  • Step by step routine.

  • Rewards chart.

  • Record chart.

  • Trouble shooting.

  • Text/Email support from our registered nurses.

cheap Toilet training package

BASIC

  • Easy to follow instructions.

  • Step by step routine.

  • Rewards chart.

  • Record chart.

  • Trouble shooting.

$30

Brisbane Toilet training package

3 Day Support

  • Easy to follow instructions.

  • Step by step routine.

  • Rewards chart.

  • Record chart.

  • Trouble shooting.

  • 3 Consecutive days of text support from Brisbane Baby Nurse

$90

Toilet training with support

7 Day Support

  • Easy to follow instructions.

  • Step by step routine.

  • Rewards chart.

  • Record chart.

  • Trouble shooting.

  • 7 Days of Consecutive text contact from Brisbane Baby Nurse

$180

Did the potty training in three days program with my son at 23 months. This is my feedback on the course. Leading up to the commencement of our three days, Bek and Jodie were a great help providing useful tips and information on how to get my son used to the potty/toilet.

   With persistence and positive encouragement, it worked like a charm. So when it was time for the actual commencement of the 3 days of toilet training, as expected, the first day was full of accidents, however, my son was okay with sitting on the toilet/potty. We would often distract him with a toy or book if he did become upset at times when we put him on the toilet.

   Day 2 and 3 were better, however, I found it crucial to ensure I was sticking to his side at all times and looking for any cues that may indicate him needing to go to the toilet, which I started to pick up late day 2. The phones away rule I think is also quite important, as kids can be so quick to have an accident if you aren’t watching.

   Two months on, my son is pretty much day trained. Has the occasional day where he would have an accident or two, but with persistence and positive encouragement, he gets right back on track. At times or days it can be quite difficult to a point where I’d want to throw in the towel and throw a nappy on, but we have persisted.

   His midday Nap time is still a work in progress, he will wet himself upon waking, and if I don’t make it to the room in time I’ll find him drenched. But can only improve! I believe for this program to succeed, 100% commitment and a lot of persistence is required, and also helps if the partners are involved as well. I started when both my husband and I had days off, so we were both able to be involved. I also think the kids need to be familiar with the toilet/potty and are happy to sit on it quite frequently as well as showing the signs of being ready to start the toilet training.

Thanks Bek and Jodie! I am quite relieved it wasn’t as much of a disaster as I thought it would be!

                  

                                                                                                                                      Rachel and Alex

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