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Some children have problems with how their bladder works. Their bladder may not empty properly and so clean intermittent catheterisation (CIC) can help with this. Your doctor or nurse will explain why we have recommended this for your child. It may be because they: were born with a condition that...

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NHS England resource about children with learning disabilities or autism who are prescribed psychotropic medication.

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Information about the products recommended by the Community Continence team. Prescription of continence products We will give you a few sample continence products depending on your child’s needs. This depends on an assessment of your child’s needs. Once we have all agreed on which...

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This resource has information about how to do a bowel washout for your baby who has been diagnosed with Hirschsprung’s disease. Why does my baby need bowel washouts? Your baby has been diagnosed with Hirschsprung’s disease and is unable to empty their bowel adequately without help....

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A Bladder and Bowel UK resource about talking about going to the toilet.

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Encouraging good sleeping habits in children with learning disabilities, including bedtime routine, settling, timings, what to do if they wake in the night, crying, if they want to sleep in your bed, and daytime naps.

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Sheffield Health and Social Care is a specialist health service for people with learning disabilities, and their carers, living in Sheffield.

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Mencap advice and support that is right for your family – from the earliest years to young adulthood.

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Mencap advice and support for parents and carers of children and young people with learning disability.

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Mencap advice on dealing with learning disability diagnosis.

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Parenting a young person with a learning disability can be both rewarding and challenging. All parents and carers will go through periods where things feel hard to manage. If your child has a learning disability, this can add further complexity to parenting for several reasons, including issues with...

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How much water should my child drink? All children should aim to drink at least the following amounts of water or diluted squash, depending on their age: up to 6 years old should aim for 1 litre of water 7 to 11 year olds should aim for 1 and a half litres of water 12… Continue Reading...

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The Helena specialist nursing team is a community-based team that provides 24 hour healthcare to children and young people with neurodisabilities and complex health needs.   We provide care in your home, in school, and at Ryegate House. We also work closely with the  Palliative Care Team...

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What does having a learning disability mean? A learning disability is an overall impairment of intellectual ability causing difficulty with learning and everyday activities. It affects someone for their whole life. To diagnose a learning disability professionals need to show: impaired intelligence,...

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If your child is due to attend hydrotherapy, swim sessions or swim lessons, the below websites may be helpful in finding suitable swim nappies or incontinence swimwear. Swimsuits with built in waterproof pants can keep any wee or poo in, while your child is in the water. They are not absorbent so...

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ERIC is the national charity dedicated to improving children’s bowel and bladder health. Our mission is to reduce the impact of continence problems on children and their families.

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Bladder and bowel problems are very common, but rarely talked about. Regardless of cause, there are a wide range of treatments, products and management options that can help. That’s why we’re here.

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Teaching your child to use the toilet correctly can be a difficult task, whether they are on the autism spectrum or not. But if your child is autistic, the process of developing a toilet routine can take longer, and involve its own particular challenges. This guide provides some useful steps...

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A choice of vibrating alarm watches for purchase from ERIC (Children’s Bowel and Bladder Charity).

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Downloadable chart to measure the amount of wee your child’s bladder can hold.

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Downloadable table diary to measure your child’s drinking and toileting over 3 days.

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A Medicine for Children resource about desmopressin for bedwetting.

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Resource and chart by The Children’s Bladder and Bowel Charity (ERIC) to help you and your clinician track your child’s wees and poos.

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