Objective of Infant Potty TrainingTraining to begin at birth and progress until, at one year old, child is expected to control elimination, walk, and verbalize simple needs.
Training takes place in care giver's arms until infant can sit up on a small specialized potty chair. The child is conditioned to respond to a special verbal cue, hiss, or running water sound. Parents learn to interpret the infant's body signals, facial gestures, and body posture as urges to urinate or produce a bowel movement.
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