Enuresis Continence Service - Preston & South Ribble
Bladder problems and bedwetting.
Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Outreach Enuresis Service is a specialist nurse-led tier 2 NHS service providing assessment and treatment for children and young people (age 7 years and over) for the management of nocturnal enuresis.
The service supports and promotes physical and emotional health and wellbeing for children and young people who have medium to long-term continence problems. The service aims to promote continence to ensure that optimum health, hygiene and developmental goals are achieved.
The service offers a range of expertise in managing and treatment for nocturnal enuresis:
Interventions could range from one session to on-going support and involvement with the service depending on the presenting problem.
Address and contact information
- Enuresis Continence Service, Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood, Preston, Lancashire PR2 9HT
- Contact Name
- The Outreach Team, Royal Preston Hospital
This service is designed to serve children and young people between the ages of 7 - 19 years who suffer from nocturnal enuresis. Daytime continence issues and children under 7 years with nocturnal enuresis will be seen by a Consultant at either Royal Preston or Chorley & District Hospital. To be eligible to receive the service, the child or young person should be aged between 7 - 19 years and be registered with a Preston or South Ribble GP.
Transition into adult continence services begins at age 16 years and as we are a small team this is usually a seamless process enabling the adult nursing team to meet young people and their families when continuous care into adulthood is needed.
- Local Offer Age Bands
5-11 years old
11-16 years old
16-19 years old