The Quick Trainer consists of an iOS device, Bluetooth transmitter and disposable sensor
iPod with the disposable sensor resembling a panty liner that fits into the child's underwear
A close up of the Bluetooth transmitter
A new toilet-training device developed by researchers at the University of Rochester combines a wearable sensor pad, Bluetooth technology, an iOS device and accompanying app to help toilet train intellectually disabled children. Rather than just providing entertainment like the iPotty, the Quick Trainer issues an alert the moment the child starts to pee, so adults can take them to the toilet and encourage them to use it. If all goes well, they are rewarded with treats to encourage them to head to the toilet the next time the need arises.
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