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Rural Northwest Health has started a mini library to provide books for children on potty training.
Continence nurse advisor Amanda Larcombe asked for donations of potty training books to support parents helping their toddlers through this important development. She said she was very pleased with the response.
“Interactive education with picture books is lots of fun,” Ms Larcombe said.
“Potty training can be a challenging time for families and even more for children with special needs.”
The potty training lending library utilises donations from the community. Ms Larcombe said books specific to potty and toilet training in good condition would be much appreciated.
“Having access to a variety eases the burden of costs,” she said.
Parents should contact their maternal and child health nurse for resources and advice with toddler training or request professional assistance in their NDIS plan.
For further information, contact the Rural Northwest Health Continence Service on 5396 1200.

RNH continence advisory nurse Amanda Larcombe with some of the books donated to the library

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