The Potty Fairy is happy to offer a Potty Training Webinar to help parents learn about potty training and to help each parent design a plan on how they want to potty train their child.
We believe every child is different and unique in a variety of ways and this calls for a potty training approach that fits for each individual child and their parent. You design the potty training program that you want to provide for your child.
Our webinar presentation guides a parent through a number of steps so that a unique potty training plan can be designed by you. We dive into these following topics:
- Basic Potty Training
- Parent and Child Readiness
- Environment and Equipment
- A Review of Methods
- Potty Training Multiples
- Rewards/Praise and Celebrations
- Differentiating the Methods for Your Child
- Potty Training Anxiety
The webinar overview takes about 60 minutes. During this time information is presented to the parents and notes are jotted down. By the end of the presentation, you will have an idea of how you want to proceed and what you need to do. The presentation concludes with a 30 minute Q and A so that you can clarify any questions you may have regarding your plan. The total time of webinar is 90 minutes or an hour and a half.
Our webinars have a maximum enrollment of 100 and a minimum enrollment of 25. We can discuss your unique needs via email. We provide follow-up consultation with all interested participants. In addition, we give each webinar participant a “The Potty Fairy” e-book and mp3 music download for your device.
If you are interested in organizing a Potty Training Webinar for a group of parents or for your organization, please complete the contact form and we will email you back. We are happy to provide bios of presenters for your planned event so that parents have information regarding the presenters of the webinar.
Parent Webinar Comments:
“Thank you so much for the webinar tonight. I think it was very
informative for our members.”
“ Appreciate the follow- up support you gave me.”
“Thank you so much. It makes sense.
It's so reassuring talking to someone who's an expert in the
subject. I was feeling at a loss. “
“Thank you for keeping the conversation going.”