Hospital tested methods
The DryKids Bed Wetting Program
I did the research and built the program over fifteen years. You can be in business in just a few weeks.
I’ll be retiring soon, but the DryKids bed wetting program is something that shouldn’t be lost, so now I’m sharing my business model to help more children. Over fifteen years and visiting hundreds of families, I improved the method taught in hospital clinics, by following children’s progress day by day.
There are very few Bed Wetting Coaches; there should be many more to help more children. It will cost you only $750 to learn and get set up in business; it cost me $thousands and years of research.
The DryKids program includes the best ideas and practices from both medical and behavioral fields, particularly from the Try for Dry program as taught to therapists at Chicago’s Children’s Memorial Hospital.
Coach Peter in the press
Featured in Chatelaine and Today's Parent
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…….
How you can change lives
The natural, behavioral methods that end bed wetting are well known but little used because it’s such a ‘secret’ problem. These methods are taught to nurses and therapists and ‘enuresis consultants’ like me have found that they work over 90% of the time, in a program of Coaching.
Coaching involves spending an hour or two by home visit or Skype, to discover causes and customize the program to a child’s causes. Then you would call back often to lead them through the 4 Steps in 4 Weeks of progress.
Bed wetting affects one in three families at some point, and it shouldn’t happen at all. Family, friends, even doctors say “She’ll outgrow it” or “restrict water”, and they’d be wrong. If a 10-year-olds wets every night, there’s a 50% chance of it going into the teen years according to Britain’s NHS surveys.