Families Bladder problems Bedwetting World Bedwetting Day 2019 What is World Bedwetting Day? World Bedwetting Day raises awareness that bedwetting is a common medical condition that can and should be treated. The day’s slogan is ‘Time to Take Action’ in recognition that much more can be done to diagnose and treat children who wet the bed. Bedwetting can have a serious impact on a child's happiness and well being. It's not something they will necessarily grow out of. We want to empower all parents and carers of children who are wet at night to get help from a health professional from the age of five years. In 2019, World Bedwetting Day will take place on May 28. Resources for parents/carers and health professionals Watch our animation 'Become a bedwetting detective': Visit our bedwetting information pagesDownload ERIC's Guide to Night Time WettingDownload 'Nights Away'Download Bedwetting alarms: your questions answeredDownload 'Save the day by fighting bedwetting' posterDownload a World Bedwetting Day posterVisit stopbedwetting.org for lots more resources and information on bedwetting including a brilliant checklist tool. Fun stuff for children Discover why some children have wee worries at bedtimeDownload the bedwetting crosswordDownload the Super Wee colouring sheetDownload the Super Wee and Poo colouring sheetDownload the Snakes and Ladders board gameDownload 'How to stop bedwetting with the help of an alarm' (free iBook for iPad/iPhone/Macbook) Resources for teenagers Why does bedwetting happen?Read other teens' storiesGet tips for dealing with nights away * World Bedwetting Day has been marked globally since 2015 and is an initiative led by the International Children’s Continence Society (ICCS) and the European Society of Paediatric Urology (ESPU) and supported by Ferring Pharmaceuticals. ERIC and Bladder and Bowel UK (formerly PromoCon) assist in promoting World Bedwetting Day in the UK.