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How to Potty Train
Is your child ready to start potty training? How do you get wee and poo in the potty? What can you do if it all goes wrong? 

These are just some of the topics covered in a brand new series of potty training workshops for parents and carers being delivered by ERIC, the Children’s Bowel & Bladder Charity in the South West over the next six months.

The ‘Potty Training -Taking Control’ workshops have been designed to take the stress out of potty training and give parents and carers imaginative tips and practical advice to try at home.

The cost and what this includes

The cost of attending the half day course is £15 per person which includes light refreshments. All attendees will get a goody bag of products to help them on their potty training journey, including the award winning book ‘How to Potty Train.’

When and where? 

There are four workshops taking place over the next six months:

Bristol - Saturday 19th May

Swindon - Saturday 16th June

Keynsham - Saturday 22nd September

Taunton - Saturday 13th October

Who is running the workshops? 

Delivered by ERIC’s team of expert helpline advisors, the sessions have been developed in collaboration with the team behind the ‘How to Potty Train’ website. The helpline team at ERIC have been expertly trained by health professionals to provide up-to-date information and support on potty training, daytime wetting, bedwetting, constipation and soiling. During the workshops, they will be on hand to answer any questions, as well as showing a range of products and resources available for parents and carers.

Get more information and book now.