We campaign to ensure every child and teenager with a bowel or bladder condition can access support and live free from embarrassment, shame, isolation and fear.
Our campaigning work has two key objectives:
1. To raise awareness of bowel and bladder conditions and of the support and help available to children, teenagers and their families2. To improve the care and support children and teenagers receive in healthcare and education settings
Click on a campaign below to find out more.
World Bedwetting Day takes place on the last Tuesday in May - a day to raise awareness that bedwetting is a common medical condition that can and should be treated.Read more
Our Let’s Talk About Poo campaign raises awareness of children's poo problems so constipation can be tackled early.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
We are a member of the Paediatric Continence Forum, which campaigns to improve services for children and teenagers with bowel and bladder problems.Read more
We are a member of the campaigning coalition, the Health Conditions in Schools Alliance.Read more
We've been fighting for the rights of children with bowel and bladder problems since 1988. Find out about our previous campaigns.Read more