Usually a suitable time to seek treatment for bedwetting is around six years of age. Children of this age are able to understand and participate actively in the program. Dry Time Kids typically treats children from six to twelve years of age.
Reasons for seeking treatment may include:
Your child is motivated to get dry.
Your child’s self-esteem is affected.
Your child’s social participation is affected (school camps and sleepovers).
The issue is causing stress, conflict or frustration within the family.
The extra washing is difficult to manage.
A younger sibling is becoming dry at night.
What is my Next Step?
Call the clinic for a no obligation phone consult to discuss your child’s bedwetting and individual situation. We will email you an information pack with more details.
You can then call or email the Dry Time Kids Clinic should you wish to proceed with booking your child’s initial appointment to commence treatment.
The clinic psychologist will recommend a consultation with you GP to rule out any underlying medical issues and will provide guidance about how to arrange a referral under the Better Access initiative so that Medicare rebates can be claimed.
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