drydawn.com has been produced with the aim to provide support and advice to parents and children who want to know more about bedwetting.
Sections of the website have been written specifically for children to engage them in their own care.
Topics covered within this site include:
This is a valuable resource to share with your patients and their parents to allow them to further understand the disease.
Drydawn Mobile App
In addition to drydawn.com, a new mobile App has also been launched. This App, aimed at children and built in conjunction with the ICCS, allows the bedwetting diary process to become a game which includes rewards for regular use.
Ingolf, a fun and friendly companion, takes the child through the journey of basic information gathering, more advanced diarising of intakes, voidings and outputs. Throughout the journey he aims to inspire and enthuse the child to be fully involved in the process. Ingolf and his family reward the child for sharing information. These rewards can then be exchanged for in-game accessories, such as outfits for Ingolf.
The information in this App can be collected and shared with you, their healthcare professional, during consultation to aid in a more accurate diagnosis and allow you to chose the most appropriate management programme.
The Drydawn mobile App is available on both IOS and Android.
The App is created by a steering committee of representatives from the International Children’s Society (ICCS) and The European Society for Paediatric Nephrology (ESPN) & International Pediatric Nephrology Association (IPNA).
The costs of production and maintenance are supported by Ferring.Available on the iPhone App Store
Android App Available on Google Play