I have one SPE student who likes to poop in her pants during naptime just because she can. She has PLENTY of chances to go to the potty. She goes right before she lays down and usually gestures to go at least 3 times during naptime whether she needs to go or not. Well, she has started making it a habit of at least 2-3 times a week of pooping in her panties after having the chance to go to the potty. Today it wasn't even 5 minutes since she was in there that she had messed in her pants. A little info: she has limited language skills but is able to let us know when to go. Sensory issues. Behavioral issues: stubborn, mean streaks, defiant spells, pushes her limits. Defiant in time-out. She won't stay facing the corner. Gets burnt out on tangible rewards. Understands that when mom comes and picks her up that I will tell on her and starts whimpering or crying when mom gets here before I even say a word to mom. So! Got any tips? ANYONE? We've tried sitting on the toilet for longer periods until she does go but that can end up being 30 mins if we let it. I'd hate to know I had to sit on the pot for that long. Oh and she is 4 turning 5 this month. Mom plans on placing her in regular K next year, so this needs to be nipped in the bud NOW. Thanks!