The Community Children’s Bladder and Bowel Service is available for all children over the age of four years with bladder and bowel problems.
Referrals can be made through health care professionals and educational sources.
The service actively seeks to promote healthy bladder and bowels by undertaking a thorough assessment by Children’s Bladder and Bowel Nurse Specialists. Each holistic assessment takes into consideration the physical, mental, psychological, social and emotional wellbeing of the child.
Treatments are tailored towards toileting readiness and are based upon evidence based guidelines. The team liaise with multi-disciplinary health care professionals and other children’s services to deliver individualised care for all children within the service.
Appointments are undertaken in both a clinic and home visit environment, dependent upon availability.
Service opening times are Monday to Friday 9.00am to 4.30pm.
Telephone (answerphone): 01865 904 467
Fax: 01865 261 785
Community Children’s Bladder and Bowel Service
Witney Community Hospital
Further information can be found in our Frequently Asked Questions guide which can be accessed by clicking here.
Last updated: 3 November, 2017
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