Potty Training 101
When do I start potty training?
Is the 3-day method best for my child?
Will potty training with m&m’s backfire at all?
How does night-training work?
These may be just a few of your questions when you think about this seemingly daunting task of saying goodbye to diapers!
Join Rebecca Walsh, Director of Early Childhood Matters to learn strategies for supporting your child during potty training. Learn how to use a gentle approach to help guide her through this important development milestone. This course teaches positive methods not based on reward systems that will encourage internal motivation and cooperation from even the youngest child. We will discuss the positives and pitfalls of popular methods including the "three day method" and learn developmentally appropriate techniques based on best practices in the field of Early Childhood Education. Rebecca will also share her best tips and tricks from 20-years experience helping to potty train other people's children as well as her own three potty-trained children!
Recommended for parents of children 14-36 months old.
Wednesday, January 22, 2020, 7:30 – 9:00pm at Kaiser (Geary Campus) Please note: You do NOT need to be a Kaiser member to participate. For more information and to register, call the Kaiser Health Education Department at (415) 833-3450 or email SFHealthEd@kp.org.
We might have more 2019 Fall dates soon, so please check back or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This workshop is also part of our five-week Parenting Through the Toddler Years series.