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All schools and Early Years settings have a statutory duty to support children with continence problems or other health issues. Read more
If you have a bowel or bladder problem, you're not alone and help is available. Our teens section has lots of info and tips to help you manage your condition. Read more
Join our community for parents and carers on HealthUnlocked, the social network for health. Read more
ERIC is the only charity dedicated to the bowel and bladder health of all children and teenagers in the UK. Our vision is that every child and teenager with a bowel or bladder condition can access support and live free from embarrassment, shame, isolation and fear.
Open: Mon-Thurs 10am-2pm, Tel: 0845 370 8008* / [email protected]. We provide support and information to help with children’s bowel and bladder problems.
Tel: 0117 301 2100 / [email protected]. We sell life-changing continence products to help your child overcome or manage a bowel or bladder problem.
Tel: 0117 301 2102 / [email protected]. We offer a range of courses on paediatric continence for health and education professionals and parents.
We're Poo and Wee and we want to help you keep the parts of your body that make us, the bowel and bladder, nice and healthy. Find out how in our kids section!
Download our free leaflets, guides, factsheets and charts to help with potty training, day/night time wetting and bowel problems.
Generic Children’s Continence Pathway outlining what help is or should be available for children and teenagers with bowel & bladder conditions. Read more
The Right to Go campaign aims to uphold every child’s right to support and care for a bowel or bladder problem at school. Read more
Since April, we’ve received £650 in donations given by people who’ve used our helpline and information service. Read more
Help us to secure funding from the Aviva Community Fund of up to £5000 for our exciting new project: "Teaching Wee and Poo Where to Go." Read more
Leaflet launched to help parents and carers to toilet train children with physical or learning disabilities. Read more
Our regular blogger Dan Colegate looks back on family holidays as a child and coping with bowel incontinence whilst he was away from home. Read more
Elimination communication or ‘nappy free toilet training’ is an age-old technique of training a baby to use a toilet from birth. Read more