Wetaway Program

Help for bedwetting children / young people may be sought when they see the wetting as a problem.

The process is a supervised self management program which includes:

  1. Education
  2. Bladder training
  3. Behaviours / motivated practices
  4. Enuresis alarms

Nurse counsellors will provide support and guidance. Counselling and support will enable the best possible chance for success.

How to contact us or make a booking

Contact the Child Health and Parenting Service in your region:

3-5 Wellington Street, Launceston
Phone: 1300 064 544

Gellibrand House, St Johns Park, New Town
Phone: 1300 064 544

23 Steele Street, Devonport
Phone: (03) 6478 6105

Alternatively:

  • complete the attached contact request form , or
  • contact your local Child Health Centre , or
  • contact the Parenting Line on 1300 808 178, or
  • contact the Child Health & Parenting Service (CHaPS) on 1300 064 544

Service Eligibility

The program is aimed at

  • Children who are motivated to stop wetting the bed
  • Children who are 5 - 6 years or over
  • Children with an adult willing to support them
The program may take up to three months to complete.

Cost Information

Wetaway is a free program, however there may be a charge for equipment hire.

More Information

Access the Wetaway Program Brochure here or for more information read the following fact sheets:

Bedwetting (Nocturnal Enuresis)
Bedwetting - Advantages of being dry
Bedwetting - Helpful Hints for Parents of Children under 5 years
Bedwetting - Info for Parents of Children over 5 years