Under normal circumstances, a child will gain control of his or her bladder and bowels by the age of four. If this does not happen, the child's social, mental and physical health can be affected. Health professionals have a duty of care to enable continence problems to be overcome as far as possible. This book explains how this can be done.Safeguarding vulnerable people following the Bichard Inquiry: the Vetting and Barring Scheme The new Vetting and Barring ... Recommendation 19 of the Bichard Report stated: New arrangements should be introduced requiring those who wish to work with children, or vulnerable adults, ... (Bichard 2004) This scheme will be a comprehensive, integrated, continuously updated system of pre -employmentanbsp;...
|Title||:||Effective Management of Bladder and Bowel Problems in Children|
|Publisher||:||Class Publishing Ltd - 2007-02|