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Children and incontinence

A grandmother, her daughter and 4-year-old granddaughter sit cosily on a chair, proud as the young girl reads a book.
As a parent or carer you play an important role in building your child’s confidence. One way to do this is by empowering your child with knowledge and understanding about how their body and bladder works. This can help them to realise and be reassured that their incontinence issues are not their fault and often something that they cannot control. 
Follow the links below to arm yourself with knowledge about the bladder, causes of incontinence and the myths that can surround the issue.