Renee Mercer, a nurse practitioner with years of success in helping kids learn to stay dry at night outlines a positive, very practical approach to stop wetting the bed.
In seven steps, you will learn:
• What does and does not cause bedwetting
• How to select the right time to start treatment
• The treatment options available and which is right for your child
• How to choose a bedwetting alarm
• How to prepare your child to begin treatment
• How to effectively use a bedwetting alarm
• When to stop treatment
What we say….
Parents are often worried about whether they have done something to cause this issue and how long it will go on for. They also worry that their child may never be able to go to a sleepover without being anxious. This easy-to-read book addresses these common and understandable questions and is a must-read for any parent with a child who is struggling to get dry at night.
About the author
Renee Mercer is a paediatric nurse practitioner who specialises in the treatment of children with daytime and night-time wetting. Drawing on her expertise of providing primary health care to children for 13 years, Renee founded a specialty practice, Enuresis Associates, in 2000. Renee sees children from the ages of 6 to 18 years old who are frustrated with their inability to spontaneously achieve dryness. Her successful techniques have allowed thousands of children to attend sleepovers and camps without worry.
Number of pages: 136