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Going back to school is an exciting time, especially after so much time away. However, it can also be nerve-racking for some children who struggle with potty training. Whether they are sporadically having accidents or haven’t yet grasped the concept of potty training, getting your child ready for diaper-free elementary school is important. In this blog, we’ll go over how to prepare your child for going back to school, we’ll give you 5 tips for last-minute back-to-school potty training, and discuss how purchasing leak-proof underwear for your child can help.  How to Prepare Your Diaper-Free Elementary School It’s important that...

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Everyone woman with a period has had their fair share of leaks, leading to ruined underwear, pants, and bedsheets. It can feel wildly unfair that we have to constantly we, as women, have to be constantly aware of how long it’s been since we changed our tampon or pads and have to deal with the burden of cleaning up or constantly buying new underwear. Period underwear is an innovative new product that is changing the way women see that time of the month. Period underwear saves you money, protects you against embarrassing leaks, and makes for an easier menstrual cycle...

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Children with Autism tend to need a bit more time with potty training than other kids their age, and this is particularly true with those that are nonverbal. Because of autism’s effect on the central nervous system, kids with autism sometimes have a general developmental delay, which just means that they learn new skills at a slower pace. Kids with autism also get very attached to the routine that has been set in place, and using diapers is a great example. Your child may have become used to diapers and is now developing anxiety and stress around using the toilet,...

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September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and it’s recognized by organizations around the world to bring awareness to the disease and raise money for the families affected. One of the many struggles that kids with cancer face is incontinence. This can be difficult to deal with as children go back to school. In this blog, we’ll go over some basic knowledge on cancer treatments’ effects on incontinence, why it’s important to instill confidence and teach the child self-care around the subject, as well as tips on how to handle going back to school.  Background Knowledge on Why A Child With...

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As a parent of infants and toddlers, almost all of us look forward to the day when our children are potty trained and we can say goodbye to diapers and wipes. However, some children continue to struggle with toileting issues and incontinence well past the typical age of toilet training. This can be due to structural abnormalities, having a child who has physical or mental special needs, or even a child who has experienced trauma.  No matter what the reason for the incontinence, handling the issue can feel like an embarrassing and frustrating experience. Today, we are going to spend...

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