I have a student in my class that is 5 years old, non-verbal due to medical reasons (uses asl as main form of communication) and has significant motor delays, although cognitive functioning is age appropriate. It was decided at the last IEP meeting that we needed to start working on toilet training so that hopefully the student will be able to go to Kindergarten already trained. The parent has not attempted to start at home because she has a 1 year old and feels like she shouldn't try to train the older child until the 1 year old is ready as well, but, we still have to start the process at school. So far, the student has shown no interest in trying to go into the bathroom and doesn't really even seem to understand what it's for. The student does not indicate the need to be changed. My hope is to come up with a structured plan that we can implement when we go back from break. And to be realistic...I have 18 other students with significant special needs as well, with only 1 para, so I have to figure out personnel too. Any ideas?