Potty Training your child just got easier with Potty Whisperer's Virtual Potty Camps, available worldwide, from the convenience of your livingroom.
Each Custom Potty Training Camp ofers your child the opportunity to have a program designed by the Potty Whisperer and her team just for him/her.

Each Customized Camp needs to be registered at six weeks prior to the Camp start date.
If you would like to attend a Virtual Camp and missed our deadline for a customized oprtion you can still join our regular camps.

What is a Virtual Camp like?
A Virtual Camp is a fun and simple way to bring the Potty Whisperer to your living room via Skype, Face Time or other Platforms to engage with you while your child is Potty Training.

Our Virtual Potty Training Camps are fun, engaging, customized to your child's physical and psychological needs, and done in your home, virtually, for 5/6 days only and over two weeks.
Each Camp Session is 60 to 90 minutes only.
What does it cost to attend a Virtual Camp?

Registration | Customization | Training $399 Custom Camp [must register 6 weeks in advance]
Registration | Customization | Training $350 Regular Camp [deadline to register is one week prior to start date]

What do I need to start the training?A list of supplies and preparation sugestions will be sent to you after registration.

Can I sign up for multiple classes?
Yes, you may sign up for multiple classes, however we sugest you limit your daily classes to 3 only.

Registrations will open up December 15th 2017 for the following dates:

2018 Virtual Camp Dates

January 13th - 20th 
February 17th - 24th
March 3rd - 10th
May 19th - 26th

Potty Training - How ready are you?

by Adriana Vermillion

An end to changing diapers 

Is potty training a milestone? 
That is to be seen since to most parents it means the end of poopy diapers.

Very few parents are prepared to actually help their child master the art of using the restroom, especially with promises like “potty train your child in 24 hours” or “potty train your child in one weekend”, I say help because just like learning how to eat and master a fork, learning how to sleep through the night and of course learning how to share or say thank you, it takes time and a willing parent who is patient. 
Yes, potty training is a milestone. Like anything else, a child needs time to learn and make this training part of his lifestyle.

On the more realistic side of potty training, of course, some children may master it within a few days, however some may need to take their time for several months.

Do you have questions? 

Be sure to visit our Contact page. We love to hear from our clients and our readers, after all we are in this together, so let us connect you naturally.

Potty Training a Child with Encopresis?

Join our Webinar on November 12 2015 at 10 am.

This dynamic webinar will focus on providing participants with knowledge of effective and appropriate prevention and intervention strategies for educators and parents of children who have yet to master encopresis.

Participants of this webinar presentation will be able to:
  • Learn how through connection with the child and with ourselves we foster communication
  • Identify the six variables impacting the connection factor
  • Develop individualized strategies to a better communication
  • Determine the function of the behavior in order to understand the phases of complete potty training and healing

Our Q and A presentation will help the participant identify how to apply learned information to create an immediate plan of action.

Communicating Potty Training To A Child With Special Needs

Communication is probably one of the biggest difficulties in teaching a special needs child how to potty train. 
If your child is ready for the most part , but they can't verbally tell you when they need to use the potty, then how will you ever know? 
Working hard at anticipating their needs without communication would be difficult and as you know can lead to accidents.
Here are a couple of sugestions from our clients to help you: 
  • Use sign language
    One of our clients experience: "We taught our twins some simple signs when they were little. One sign my oldest picked up right away was diaper, and the younger one pee. When it was time to start potty training our twins were not using much functional language, however with a few sign language words we got by. My oldest couldn't walk to the potty himself. He did sign for us when his diaper was wet or later on when his underwear were wet and we could work with that little bit of language to help him tell us when he needed to go. Learn more about teaching visually impaired babies sign language.
  • Use tangible symbols.
    If coordination may be an issue for your child are not able to use sign language, you may want to try using tangible symbols. Keep these symbols handy, and teach your child how to use them to communicate their need to use the potty by simply touching the symbol. A good symbol to use for the bathroom is a piece of remnant tile or an empty roll of toilet paper. Most bathrooms have tile in them somewhere and the tile will feel reminiscent of the toilet itself while the empty toilet paper roll can resemble the need to be clean.

The reward of having a child trained is so worth the journey of potty training. May you have a great experience and remember accidents are part of learning and journey itself.

Adriana Vermillion is the Founder and CEO of POTTY Generation®, a Lead Trainer and Parenting Coach with over seventeen years of experience in training children with special needs and coaching parents. Adriana is a freelance writer, author and a frequent motivational speaker available for your event at

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