More Experts on Hand
In addition to Jude and Di from Dry Like Me answering your queries and concerns relating to all things potty training related, we also thought it would good to introduce some of our lovely guest experts who will also be on hand to help out. So we’ve created an extra special guest panel just for you.
We are delighted to have June Rogers MBE, leading children’s continence expert and experts from ERIC, the UK’S leading childhood continence charity.
Here’s some more information about our panel:
With two children each, inventors and founders of Dry Like Me Jude and Di have first-hand experience of what it’s like to potty train. In fact, the pads were born out of personal experience when trying to potty train their own children.
On top of that they have spent years researching potty training, speaking to other parents, healthcare and childcare experts.
All this knowledge has been accumulated to enable us to offer practical advice on potty training.
June Rogers MBE. June is a Specialist Continence Advisor and Stoma Care Nurse currently employed as Team Director of PromoCon working under the umbrella of the charity Disabled Living. With over 20 years experience working with children with bladder and bowel problems June has published widely and presented papers both nationally and internationally as well as winning a number of awards for her work including in 2011 winning the Nursing Standard Child Health Award and finalist of Nursing Times Continence Award. In 2013 she was runner up in BJN Bowel Nurse of the Year and in 1998 she was awarded an MBE. June has been involved with a number of national working parties both for the DH and NICE re continence issues. June has kindly answered many Dry Like Me fan questions on camera – check out Dry Like Me’s YouTube Channel for more great insight. June will be able to help you with any queries or concerns you have and we are delighted she’s on our expert panel.
And finally, ERIC is the UK’s leading childhood continence charity. Focused on working to improve the quality of life of children, young people and families in the UK who suffer from the consequences of childhood continence problems.
What a panel!