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Booty Camp is a course run out of the kitchen in her suburban Chicago home. She claims a 96 to 98 per cent success rate. It consists of a five-hour session, and costs US$250. Children must be 2½ years old or older in order to be admitted.
She claims to have trained nearly 500 children with the method.
Sweeney is married and has six children, and has been a potty training expert for over 11 years. Wendy graduated from Triton College School of Nursing, and has worked at several Chicago area hospitals including Loyola University Hospital. Through Booty Camp Mom, Sweeney provides potty training seminars for groups as well as individual sessions. Sweeney has also been working with various school districts and therapeutic centers to provide services for children with special needs.
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- Susan Mohammad (July 9, 2008). "Hey, Kids - Time to Potty!". Macleans: 48.
- Azrin, Nathan (1976). Toilet Training in Less Than a Day. New York: Pocket Books. ISBN 0-671-69380-8.
- Celizic, Mike (June 9, 2008). "‘Potty Whisperer’ toilet-trains toddlers in one day". Parenting & Family: MSNBC. Retrieved 2008-11-21.
- Celizic, Mike (June 9, 2008). "‘Potty Whisperer’ toilet-trains toddlers in one day". Parenting & Family: MSNBC. Retrieved 2008-11-21. "Impossible? Not according to TODAY’s Al Roker, who offered an unsolicited testimonial. “I actually took my son to this, and it works,” he said. “One day.”"
- Childers, Mary Ann (November 10, 2006). "Booty Camp Makes A Quick Go Of Toilet Training". CBS. Retrieved 2008-11-21.[dead link]
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