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The  Bancroft School
Amanda Parker, MEd, BCBA
1375 Remington Road, Suite A
Schaumburg, IL 60173
(847) 884-7030
Cook County
Therapist identifies problems and provides suggestions associated with toilet training. Three day home-based training with child.
Insurance not accepted.
Cost: $1,000

Belgrade Behavior Consulting, LLC
Alice Belgrade, LCPC, BCBA
4801 W. Peterson Ave.
Chicago, IL 60646
(773) 407-1121
Cook County
email: alicebelgrade @
Provides toilet training services from consultation to in-house intensive training.
Private insurance accepted.
Possible wait list.

Little Friends Center for Autism
Toilet Training Kit
1001 E. Chicago Ave., Suite 151
Naperville, IL 60540
(630) 305-4196
DuPage County
Through years of experience, Little Friends, Inc. has developed a unique visual training system that works when other methods fail. Patti Boheme and Mary Crissman conduct Toilet Training seminars throughout the country using this comprehensive visual program. Includes: learner expressive clip; an easy to follow manual that guides the parent/staff on how to set-up and implement a successful toilet training program; step-by-step photo cards. Program designed by Patti Boheme, Mary Crissman, Diane Hasselberg and Beth Kassanits.
Cost: $34.50.

A Place for Children
Alexandra Koroleva-Regalado, MEd
2425 W. Pratt Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60645
(847) 387-5342
Cook County

Second location:
7830 W. North Ave.
Elmwood Park, IL 60707
Cook County
Board-certified behavior analyst and therapist will use evidence-based and time tested practice to help with toilet training in the home. The BCBA and therapist can implement strategies and train family members and caregivers in toilet training techniques.
Private insurance accepted (BCBS).
No wait list.

Trinity Services Autism and Family Resource Center
Katie Decker
13318 W. Lincoln Highway
New Lenox, IL 60451
(815) 462-4273
Will County
Intensive toilet training program that provides training and support for parents and caregivers.
Insurance not accepted.
Sliding scale fee available.
Wait list varies.



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