Smart Strategies To End Bed Wetting

Bed Wetting Alarms, Programs & Clinics: by Ontario's Drykids Coach

Bed wetting takes a toll on a child’s self esteem, the quality of their sleep and even their performance in school. Why are hospital-clinic remedies not well-known?

Bed Wetting Facts and Myths

Family, friends, and even doctors will say “Restrict Water!” , “wake him up”, and “there’s a drug for that..” but these things don’t often work for kids over age 6.

If these simple steps didn’t work for your child, and you want a fast, fun and easy way to solve the child’s problem, an “enuresis coach”  – a bed wetting ‘Supernanny’ – can help you discover the causes, and coach you through appropriate remedies.

4 experts

Forget everything you’ve heard, better advice is available from specialists

Let's clear up some of the misunderstandings:

Bed Wetting Experts

Trusted resources: Children’s Memorial Hospital, Boston Children’s Hospital, Dr. Howard Bennett, Mayo Clinic

Bed wetting at age 6, easy to fix. Age 7 to adult, a little more complicated

If your child is age 3 to 6, the simple remedies in our YouTube videos and Toddlers Ebook are all you need. However older children may need a little more help. Sometimes a few free tips will make a difference


About the DryKids Coaching program:

DryKids in the press:

Chatelaine and Today's Parent

Chatelaine’s “SweetMama” May 2012
Grise swiftly identifies behaviour and environmental snafus, while taking the pressure off the child. After discussing a program, parents decide whether to go it alone or to have him follow up over several months. With an improvement usually seen in the first week, we figure the money spent is money saved…

When your kid wakes up with wet sheets, it can leave him feeling embarrassed and uncomfortable, and leave you sleepless, stressed and buried in laundry. Many parents try restricting wter or waking their kids during the night, but the problem only persists …. We called in the experts to teach us their simple but not-so-obvious strategies to eliminate bedwetting. Dr. Lane Robson and DryKids’ Peter Grise…….