Signs of Readiness for the One Day Method
A child is ready to be trained if he or she:
has bladder control, that is, the child urinates all at one time (not constant dribbling), stays dry for several hours and appears to know when he or she is about to urinate, e.g., facial expression or posture changes];
is physically ready, i.e., picks up objects easily and walks without assistance; and
can follow 10 instructions: point to nose, eyes, mouth, hair, sit on a chair, stand up, walk with parent to another room, imitate simple tasks, fetch a particular object, and place one object inside another.
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