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Toilet Training Basics

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Look no further than our upcoming webinar, Toilet Training Basics. Led by experts in the field, this workshop will provide you with practical strategies for preparing your home, recognizing signs of readiness, and effectively teaching your child daytime, nighttime, and bowel training. Join us for an interactive session where you'll have the opportunity to discuss, ask questions, and troubleshoot any challenges you may be facing. Don't miss out on this valuable resource that will help your child achieve this important milestone.

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Attention all parents! Are you looking for support and guidance in the early stages of toilet training?

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Speaker Ivy

Ivy Bang, MScOT Reg. OT (AB), Occupational Therapist
Started at the Centre in 2019 as an interventionist and respite worker. She then went on to receive her master’s in occupational therapy from the University of Alberta, and returned to the Centre as an OT in 2022. In her role as an occupational therapist at the Centre, she supports kiddos and their families working towards becoming independent in their daily activities whether in their home, in the community, or at school. When not working, you can find Ivy rock climbing, crocheting, or playing video games!

Speaker Kelsey

Kelsey Poapst, MScOT Reg. OT (AB), Occupational Therapist
Has been with the Centre since April 2022. She received her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of Alberta in 2022. Kelsey has a passion for empowering children and their families to be able to do the things they want to do in their days. Kelsey has worked with children in a variety of capacities for the past 10 years, including in daycares, schools, and coaching. Outside of work, you can find Kelsey spending time with her husband and pets; camping in the summer or staying warm with hot chocolate in the winter.

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