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Potty training & sleep recorded webinar
This webinar provides you with a comprehensive overview of potty training to build your knowledge & confidence. The online session is facilitated by Rebecca Mottram, a Registered Children’s Nurse & Potty Learning Consultant.
Time & Location
Available to view online.
To access this recording, click here to go to the Recorded Webinars webpage.
Sleep consultants support parents experiencing difficulties with their little one’s sleep, but often get asked all sorts of other questions as well. Potty training is a topic that comes up regularly. The relationship between potty training and sleep is complex and there are many misconceptions around toileting that can negatively impact sleep for little ones.
What to expect
The webinar will explore the following topics:
- The evidence base around night time potty training.
- Misconceptions around sleep and toileting.
- Potty training and baby pottying.
- Up-to-date advice & guidance to share with parents.
Aim & learning outcomes
The aim of the online session is to empower you with evidence based information, so you can more confidently and competently address parents concerns when questions around potty training arise. By the end of this online session, you will be able to:
- Outline evidence based strategies for night time potty training.
- Identify what is 'typical' for different ages and stages.
- Discuss 'red flags' and where to signpost parents / carers for further support.
- Address misconceptions around sleep and toileting.
More about Rebecca
Rebecca Mottram writes books, blogs and produces other content to help parents and carers understand the benefits of Baby Pottying. She is the owner of Little Bunny Bear and designer of the Go Potty™ and Sew Potty™ ranges of products. She has two children, both of whom have used the potty from birth. She is a Go Diaper Free coach, trained seamstress, clothing designer and is a registered Children’s Nurse.
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To participate in our online (live) events, you will need access to:
A computer – laptop, desktop or tablet.
A high-speed internet connection – broadband wired or wireless (3G or 4G/LTE).
Speakers and a microphone – built-in, USB plug-in, or wireless Bluetooth.
A webcam – built-in webcam or separate webcam connected to your laptop/desktop or tablet.
You will be required to download Zoom so you can participate fully in the online (live) event.