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Campaigners claim there is a lack of support in Wales, estimating that 1 in 10 UK children suffer bedwetting, daytime accidents and constipation.

The Welsh Government said it expected health boards to provide specialist-led continence services for under-19s.

Read the full article and watch the video on BBC online now.

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How is ERIC supporting the NHS to increase and improve provision? 

ERIC has been providing paediatric continence training to the NHS for over 20 years to support service provision. We know that not all Health Boards are able to provide an integrated continence service and we are delighted that Jennifer Walsh, a Community Children’s Nurse and Bevan Exemplar, is in the process of creating one in Powys. 

Find out how how Jen is tackling childhood incontinence in rural Wales.

ERIC's regional roadshow in Wales 

We are supporting this by delivering our Regional Roadshow in the area so that all the healthcare professionals involved in the new service can receive high quality, up to date training.

It is an open event so any healthcare professionals who are looking for paediatric continence training are welcome to attend, please see our website for further details.

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