The methods that really work have been offered at hospital clinics in Washington, Chicago, and London England, for over thirty years. The best of these is the “Try for Dry” clinic at Children’s Memorial in Chicago.
While hospital programs rely on solving medical issues like constipation and ‘twitchy’ bladders, and “consultant’ programs concentrate on lighter sleep, our DryKids program uses all of this and more. Over the years we’ve learned why other programs work, by constant contact with clients. It isn’t just as simple as using a ‘bed wetting alarm’, which can help one of the issues.. there are usually two or three causes contributing to the child’s sleep problem. We use a series of remedies and solutions that deal with all of the causes, to fix it properly.
Follow the advice in our “Toddlers” e-book and your night training will be quick and effective. Learn about the common mistakes that cause bedwetting to start again later.
After age 5 there are further complications. It’s a ‘multi-causal’ problem, you need a ‘multi-modal’ program to fix it. How to end it and restore a child’s self-esteem:
See “E-books” & “Coaching”
Kyle is doing great! He still occasionally wakes up wet, but we believe this is due to his hockey schedule. He drinks at least a litre & 1/2 of water during a game or a practice. He is doing well in school. We feel that his confidence level has gone up. He is participating more in class & his teacher sees a change in him as well.
Thank you so much for all your help!
Craig, Laurie, Renee & Kyle
Q: How long will this take?
Anthony age 15: 6 weeks to dry. Amy age 5: 3 weeks to dry. Nick age 10: 3 weeks to dry. Beth age 17: 21 weeks to dry. Tony age 11: 6 weeks to dry. Lisa age 10: 2 weeks to dry. Darryl age 10: 4 weeks to dry. Jack age 12: 5 weeks to dry.......