How can TENA assist you?

For any child, confidence is the key to happiness and success. That’s why, once they reach a certain age, children can become anxious about wearing nappies. Their feeling is that these products highlight their bladder weakness, meaning they are ‘immature’ or a ‘baby’, whether able-bodied or not.

It may be possible for your child to get bladder protection reimbursed through the health service.

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Without sympathetic handling, this can knock their confidence and lead to withdrawal from fun and games with friends. That’s why it’s important to reassure them that they are normal, that these things happen to many other children and that bladder weakness is something they are likely to grow out of.

Their main concern will be leakage. Yours, as their parent or carer, will be their physical and psychological comfort, though you’ll also be hoping that you can all get a good night’s sleep.

For all these reasons, specialist products can really put a smile on the face of kids and those who care for them. 

Where can I find information about TENA bladder weakness protection?

You will find children's incontinence products and product descriptions. You can go to Products directly or look under Products in the navigation bar. You can also contact us online or call our TENA advice line on Tel: 0845-30 80 80 30.

If you are currently caring for your child due to accident or disability, you’ll find more information in our Looking After Loved Ones section.