Toilet Training Children with Special Needs

Join us on Wednesday, April 13, 2016, when Ashley Stahl, MSEd, from Bridge Kids of New York, LLC presents information and answer your questions concerning toilet training – an issue that is a challenge for many families of children and young people on the autism spectrum. For neurotypical children, toileting issues are usually resolved at a young age. For children with autism and other special needs, issues concerning toilet training can present challenges for the entire family for many years.



Rebecca School
40 East 30th St.
5th Floor
NYC, NY (Between Madison and Park Aves.)
6:00pm – 8:00pm

The event is free of charge but please RSVP below!

This workshop will summarize an evidence-based toilet training approach for children with developmental delays.  Workshop attendees will receive answers to frequently asked toilet training questions, key pointers from a professional, and step-by-step instructions to prepare for and successfully carry out a toilet training procedure.

Ashley Stahl, MSEd, is a NYS certified general and special educator, holding a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Special Education.  Ashley specializes in providing behavioral support to children and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder.  She is experienced teaching learners ranging in age from 18 months to 30 years and has special interests in the areas of family and professional training and teaching functional daily living skills. Learn more about Ashley here.

Bridge Kids of New York, LLC provides a unique therapeutic experience based upon the individual needs of each child and family.  They believe that effective therapy is evidence-based and utilizes a holistic and multidisciplinary approach.  They strive to build bridges that close developmental gaps and foster meaningful connections.  It is the mission of Bridge Kids of New York, LLC to create real and positive change in the lives of children and their families. Learn more about them here.