Wetaway is a program offered by the Child Health and Parenting Service (CHaPS) to provide help for bedwetting children/ young people when they see the wetting as a problem.
The process is a supervised self management program which includes:
Promoting healthy drinking and bladder capacity
Child and Family Health Nurses will provide support and guidance to enable the best possible chance for success.
Who this service is for
Bedwetting children/ young people when they see the wetting as a problem.
Wetaway is a free program, however there may be a charge for equipment hire.
How this service is delivered
Call or visit us online
Contact us or see our website for more information or to make a booking.
Alternatively, you can download the Contact Request form below.
Contact Request Form
You can complete the details on the from and email it to us.Download Contact Request
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