It’s easy to get swamped with advice about bedwetting. We did the research to help you understand and support your child. Here’s what you need to know on the journey to dry nights and happy days.
How to overcome night-time bedwetting regression
Bedwetting regression, when your child starts to wet the bed regularly again after previously having dry nights, is a common but frustrating problem for children and their families. It can leave you and your child feeling as though you’re right back to square one.
4 great activities to boost self-esteem and confidence after bedwetting
Having accidents at night can really knock your child’s confidence, but it doesn’t have to stay that way! We spoke to parenting expert Liat Hughes Joshi about helping your little one regain their confidence after wetting the bed at night.
Bedwetting in children with special needs: what you need to know
A disability can make potty training in children more challenging, and you may find your disabled child continues to wet the bed. We looked at the data available to understand how a disability may make enuresis more likely and more difficult to cope with.
Our favourite bedtime story books to help your child with bedwetting
Night-time accidents happen—but how can you reassure your child that it’s okay? Encouraging parents and children to communicate through story, we asked Little Parachutes for the best bedtime reads to conquer bedwetting worries for good.