Special needs children and their toileting 
60 minutes | recorded 3 April 2019

Promoting Healthy Bladder and Bowel Habits in Schools 
72 minute | published 11 September 2018 

The National Continence Helpline is a free telephone advisory service that provides information and advice about bladder and bowel control problems for all ages. The Helpline is staffed by a team of continence nurses and provides free information resources and details of local continence services. The Helpline operates Monday to Friday, from 8am to 8pm AEST and can be accessed from anywhere in Australia. 

For information and advice on the prevention and management of bladder control and bowel problems go to health.gov.au/health-topics/bladder-and-bowel. 

The National Public Toilet Map shows the location of more than 16,000 public and private toilet facilities across Australia. This is a useful tool for people with incontinence and convenient for people with young families. To find your local public toilets go to toiletmap.gov.au 

For information about challenging behaviour or if your child has a special need, refer to One Step at a Time which is available at  continencevictoria.org.au 

ERIC is a national children’s health charity based in the United Kingdom. ERIC deals with bedwetting, daytime wetting, constipation and soiling and potty training and provides a wide range of information, support and resources to families and health professionals. For further information about ERIC go to eric.org.uk 

Bladder and Bowel UK offers advice and information on all bladder and bowel issues in children and young people, including those with additional needs. It provides a range of literature that will help parents, carers, professionals and schools cope with incontinence in children and young people. Go to bbuk.org.uk/children-young-people/


Last Updated: Wed 22, Jul 2020
Last Reviewed: Tue 17, Mar 2020