School-age children can seem cheeky and disobedient, but sometimes this is just their natural desire to assert their independence. For ways to encourage better behaviour using positive parenting see our full NSPCC guide here: http://www.nspcc.org.uk/help-and-advice/for-parents-and-carers/guides-for-parents/better-behaviour/better-behaviour_wda90710.html
NSPCC - Sometimes when you think your toddler is naughty, it could actually be part of their normal development. Read more about this and our advice on what to do here: http://www.nspcc.org.uk/help-and-advice/for-parents-and-carers/guides-for-parents/better-behaviour/better-behaviour-pdf_wdf90719.pdf
Potty training is an exciting, stressful, and messy business. Trying to potty train a child with autism can seem even more overwhelming. Fortunately, there are some ways that you can make the transition from diaper to underwear a lot smoother for both you and your child.