Autism and Accidents

In autistic children, enuresis (bedwetting and daytime wetting) and encopresis (poop accidents) are often dismissed as “part of the deal” with autism, so children miss out on effective treatment.

Dr. Hodges discusses autism, accidents, and chronic constipation in Autism Advocate Parenting Magazine and in a podcast interview on Turn Autism Around with Mary Barbera.

If you are seeking guidance and support for an autistic child who has chronic constipation, know that our private Facebook support groups include many parents of autistic children, and Dr. Hodges has significant experience treating autistic children.

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“We just went on a 3 day trip, and our daughter had no day time accidents and zero meltdowns. It is super clear to us that this is working. Previously, we didn't know what was wrong, and her doctors implied it was autism/regression.”

                                  —Mom of a 9-year-old autistic girl

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  • Empathy and advice from parents experienced with M.O.P./Pre-M.O.P.
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READ THE ARTICLE!

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LISTEN TO THE PODCAST!

Autism and Constipation

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