What happens during intervention?
Intervention consists of 3 phases. During Assessment, your team will collect information about your child's current habits and any behaviours that interfere with skill acquisition. They will also listen to what you would like your child's routines to be. Your team will meet with you in your house, watch your child's routine, and ask you to identify factors impacting your child's toilet training routine.
Next, your team will design and begin an Intervention. During this phase, your team will train you to implement routines that are designed to support your child's skill acquisition. Throughout intervention, your team will be available to you for coaching, as necessary. In some cases, training may occur in the clinic environment and then be transferred to the home setting.
Once your child's goals have been reached, your team will provide a Maintenance phase to fade our coaching presence and ensure that your child continues to demonstrate continence. Throughout all three phases, we will ask you to collect data about your child's progress.