D4D and the TITCH network are working with IMPRESS (Incontinence Management and PRevention through Engineering and ScienceS), and are inviting input from people with experience of childhood incontinence, to plan an event to talk about developing engineering-based solutions to help address childhood incontinence.
We would like to hear from you if you have personal or family experience of childhood incontinence (ages 6-16 years).
The session will include workshops and fun, interactive activities, though we would like you to tell us what would make the day enjoyable and productive. We are also looking for people who would be interested in being involved in taking new projects forwards.
If you’d like to get involved, or ask any questions, please contact us here.
NIHR Devices for Dignity
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