School Aged Continence is a train the trainer package for school nurses. The training was built in partnership with the School and Public Health Nurses Association (SAPHNA). Training is designed to help parents/carers best support the children/young people within their care through: Understanding how the urinary/digestive system works; Awareness of the effects that continence issues can have on a child; Learning practical techniques to support and creating healthy habits; Giving confidence that most bladder and bowel problems are avoidable and treatable; Where to look for further support.
Our services respond to a wide range of people’s physical and mental health needs, and lifestyle behaviours such as smoking, drugs and alcohol, sexual health, emotional health, healthy eating and healthy relationships. Our mission is where everyone gets the same access to help early, irrespective of background and circumstances so they can realise their talent and reach their true potential.