Month: August 2018

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What is Nocturnal Enuresis?

Nocturnal enuresis is known commonly as bedwetting, and is the condition where children urinate without control while they sleep.  It is considered normal up to the age of 5 years, and is common up to the age of 10 years.  It is also slightly more prevalent in boys than girls.   It’s really important to

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FAQ – Should you use rewards for night time training?

Should you use rewards for night time training?   Night time training is different to daytime training in that it’s less about behaviour and more about being physically able.  If a child’s body is not physically mature enough to hold on to urine for the whole night, no amount of rewards or incentives will make

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Is potty training different for boys and girls?

We believe that the effectiveness of potty training techniques can vary for each individual child but that the process of how to potty train is the same for girls and boys.  We hear lots of stories of how potty training can vary from one child to the next, and that’s even within the same sex

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