Toilet training is an aspect of self-care skills that must be taught for children because it is contained in a special program of self-development and movement development for children with motoric disability. The purpose of this research is to see the changes that occur to participants before and after being given a family-based intervention program regarding toilet training. The participant in this study was a student with motoric disability who attended school in SKh DB and his parents. This research used a qualitative method with a descriptive approach. The results of this research showed that, this intervention program was used by parents to improve toilet training skills for children with motoric disability.
Intervention, toilet training, children with motoric disability